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During Ada's lifetime, Charles Babbage designed a machine called the Analytical Engine.

During Ada's lifetime, Charles Babbage designed a machine called the Analytical Engine.

Ada Lovelace was a 19th century mathematician who wrote the first computer program for a machine called the Analytical Engine invented by Charles Babbage.

Ada Lovelace was a 19th century mathematician who wrote the first computer program for a machine called the Analytical Engine invented by Charles Babbage.

I had a 1L elective called Analytical Methods, in which we used a casebook by the same name.
The Volokh Conspiracy » Don’t Shoot Me, I’m Only the Piano Player.

This is material which is produced by a company called Analytical Graphics and they help visualize battlefield scenarios for people at the Pentagon and so forth.

Multiple Intelligences Conceived by H. Gardner in 1989 The work of Gardner defines what Dunn and Dunn identify as Analytical and Global Learners in greater detail

More importantly, the machine was never fully developed due to Babbage's realization of a more improved machine called the Analytical Engine.

§ 235, The same distinction as between verbal and real proposition, is conveyed by the expressions 'Analytical' and 'Synthetical,' or

Engineering schools it is customary to commit the teaching of the elementary mathematics, such as Analytical Geometry, the Calculus, and Descriptive
Program for the School of Science as Applied to the Arts, November 25, 1853
vanessac18 commented on the word Analytical
Analytical= analyze and evaluate
October 5, 2011