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1/2/2019 Topic: How many computers are in the room?

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How many computers are in the room?
Look around the lab, talk to other students, and try to come up
with a number that represents how many devices meet the criteria
for a "computer". Reply to this discussion question with the
number and your rationale (1­2 sentences) for what constitutes a
computer. Post a reply and/or like at least one student response.
Note: this is a graded portion of the assignment.

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(https:// JOHN MILLER  
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Aug 24, 2018

100. I counted phones as computers (and assumed everyone in the room had one), and I counted
each Mac/PC as a computer.  I also counted any calculators as a computer (and assumed there
were ~25 in the room, because not every student would have their own with them, but a decent
number would have them).

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(https:// ALEXIS KAUFMAN  
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Aug 24, 2018

72. The total number of desktops and add 36 for everyones cell phones. 

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(https:// Test Student  
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Aug 24, 2018

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(https:// TRACE KAELIN  
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Aug 24, 2018

I found 42 monitors and 26 cell phones in the room. 68 computers in the room

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(https:// SAVANNAH DEAVER  
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Aug 24, 2018

72. There are a total of 36 desktop computers, however if you infer that each person has a phone,
it would be 72. 
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(https:// AVERY MAXON  
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Aug 24, 2018

How many computers are in the room? Well there are 42 computers, 36 phones. There is a
total of 78 computers with processing power. All these devices hook up to computer system.

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(https:// ASPEN HAWKINS  
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Aug 24, 2018

I found 76 computers in the room. I counted all the computers and the phones per student. I also
counted the laptop as well as a printer. I also recorded the robots on the tables because they must
be powered by a computer.

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(https:// WILL HOLMES  
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Aug 24, 2018

There are 75 computers, because with all the  actual computers in the room as well as phones,
and apple watches count of computers.

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(https:// WILLIAM BROCKBANK  
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Aug 24, 2018

I counted 43 computers around the room.  Computers are a piece of technology that we use for
many things, a computer must have a monitor and keyboard, or a laptop.

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(https:// BENJAMIN BARTON  
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Aug 24, 2018

 I counted 43 computers.

 I my opinion, computers are;  An interactive piece of technology that stores and processes data. 

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(https:// INDRA KRUEGER  
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Aug 24, 2018

There are 78 computers total in this classroom. There are 42 monitors and 36 phones. That is
assuming every person in the classroom has a phone

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(https:// NATHAN JOHNSON  
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Aug 24, 2018

41 Counted all Apple computers

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(https:// DANIEL MERINO  
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Aug 24, 2018

38 because I counted all the apple computers and both the teachers computers.

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(https:// ISAAC VISSER  
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Aug 24, 2018

I found 42 moniters and 26 cell phones in the room. so I counted 68 

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(https:// WYATT BAILEY  
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Aug 24, 2018

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I think a computer is any device that can preform a variety of tasks so I think that there is at least a
72 computers in the room. Counting the 37 computers and 35 phones. 

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(http AVERY MAXON  
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Aug 24, 2018

Very intriguing, what made get this number?  

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(https:// CHARLES THOMAS  
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Aug 24, 2018

38 MacBooks and about 3 Microsoft computers adds up to 41 computers that look like computers.
About 32 phones because there are about 32 students in the class. 1 telephone, and I think there
are around 77 computers in this classroom.

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(https:// WILLIAM JACKSON  
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Aug 24, 2018

About 70 because there are around 40 mac computers and most people in this room have a
phone.

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(https:// BENJAMIN HAMBLIN  
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Aug 24, 2018

If I counted correctly and assuming that everyone in the class has a phone, I got 72 computers, I
also saw some apple watches but idk if those count

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(https:// ANNA SLOAN  
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Aug 24, 2018

I would say there are around 66 computers. I counted the number of computers in the room and
the number of people (because the phone they have (assuming everyone has one) I think could
count as a computer). 

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(https:// NAOMI COX  
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Aug 24, 2018

There are 72 computers in this room. This is counting all the monitors and cell phones
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(https:// AVA CONTI  
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Aug 24, 2018

there are 39 computers in the room because there is one computer per person.

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(https:// PRESTON COMPTON  
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Aug 24, 2018

There were 42 computers. I counted the computer monitors.

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(https:// ANNIKA DEANS  
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Aug 24, 2018

There are 39 computers in the room. A computer is something that allows you to access the
internet and type documents. 

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(http ANNIKA DEANS  
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Aug 24, 2018

desktops 

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(https:// CHARLIE MOREHEAD  
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Aug 24, 2018

I counted 36 computers, i didn't think to check everyones phones so i counted 36 computers. if i
had checked everyones phones, i'm sure i would have counted many more because phones are
computers too, just smaller. so my number is 36, amount of computer i counted, 36.

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(https:// LILLIAN PHAM  
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Aug 24, 2018

i would say that there is about (72x3) 216 monitor, keyboard, mouse. 

then there is 25 kids in the room so at least 25 cellphones and on average 65% of kids have head
phones so about 16 pairs of headphones. 

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(http ANNA SLOAN  
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Aug 24, 2018

Did you included the scanners in the room?

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(https:// HALLE CHURCH  
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Aug 24, 2018

I counted 33 computers counting the monitors and computers. 

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(http MICHAEL GONTCHAROV  
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Aug 24, 2018

What about phones that nearly everyone has.

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(https:// MAYA VALDESPINO  
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Aug 24, 2018

41 computers. 38 macbooks and 2 microsoft computers. A computer is a device that is able to be
used for typing and looking things up.

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(http SAMUEL BURNINGHAM  
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Aug 24, 2018

Where's the Macbooks?

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(https:// SAMUEL BURNINGHAM  
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Aug 24, 2018

42 Desktop Computers

At least 36 student phones that count as computers

Total: 78

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(https:// MICHAEL GONTCHAROV  
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Aug 24, 2018

My first guess is that there are 109 computers in this room. I think that a computer is anything that
can access wifi (like computer, laptops, and phones) is electrical and can be used to help a
person, or think for itself (like a brain).

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(https:// ALEC STEVENS  
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Aug 24, 2018

≃100 devices: ≃38 iMac 3 windows computers, 1 sound mixer, ≃32 phones, ≃1­2 iPads, ≃1 Kindle,
2 scanners, 2 printers, 1 iHome, 1 telephone, 1 Hitachi projector, ≃4 vintage radios, 15 calculators.

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(http ANNA ROSSE  
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Aug 28, 2018

Wow, that was a lot of depth! I would of never thought of all of those.

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(https:// ABIGAIL MCDONALD  
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Aug 28, 2018

I think there are about 75 computers in the room. I took the number of desktops I could see and I
multiplied it by two. The majority of people have smartphones which can count as computers.

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(https:// ANNA ROSSE  
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Aug 28, 2018

I think that physically there are about 40 computers in this room plus phones. But I think that the
more space a computer has on it the more it's worth (amount of computers). But I also think that a
computer depending on it's storage size and purpose it can be worth 4 computers or 1/4 of one.
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(https:// CAMDEN ROBBINS  
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Aug 30, 2018

over 200

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(http CAMDEN ROBBINS  
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Aug 30, 2018

i included phobes projectors and basically every thing that can compute.

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(https:// MATTHEW WONG  
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Sep 5, 2018

I think there is around 40 computers in the room cause their were at least 30 reply's

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(https:// DANIEL SHIMANOVICH  
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Sep 12, 2018

Close to 100 different computers, anything that has the components of a computer, no matter what
it looks like is considered a computer, such as laptops, desktops, cell phones, smart watches,
smart TV's, even blue­ray players.

I was absent for this day,

Daniel Shimanovich

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