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How many circuits can you fit in the computer called MINAC (Miniature Navigation Airborne Computer)?
Answer 1:

I dont know what this specific computer is and it likely depends on the year that it was made. The number of transistors in a computer has generally followed Moores Law

Moore's Law which shows ~10,00 transistors in the 1980s to > 1,000,000,000 currently.

For more information and many pictures of the evolution of computers, see: computerhistory


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