Not many scientists have ever discovered as much knowledge as Isaac Newton. Isaac Newton was born unhealthy on January 4, 1643, in Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England. He has been an inspiration to many premature children by his great works on physics and mathematics. He was a physicist and mathematician, was famous for his law of gravitation. Due to the discoveries of Isaac Newton’s in optics, motion, and mathematics, he was known as one of the smartest people of the scientific revolution of the 17th Century. Everyone has an unplanned life, so do Isaac Newton. His father died three months before he was born. At the age of three, his mother remarried and sent Isaac to his maternal grandmother. After getting widowed again, his mother came back to Isaac and took him with her, when Isaac turned nine years old. His uncle persuaded his mother to send Isaac to the University of the Cambridge’s Trinity College after noticing the young man’s skills. During Isaac’s spare time, he used to read books of the modern philosophers. Newton received his Master’s Degree in Arts in 1669, at the age of 27. His greatest discovery was the
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In 1687, after so much of hard work, Isaac published Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy and discovered the laws of gravity. It has been called the single influential book on physics and has all contents of modern physics. He also published the book called Optics, which was based on light and color. He also discovered on Optics, Motion and Mathematics on the basis he found three laws of motion which created the basic principles of modern physics. Newton’s First law states that the object will remain stationary unless an outside force exerts on it. Newton’s Second law stated that Force of an object is equal to a mass of the object times acceleration. “Newton’s Third law states that a force of object should equal to another force of the object.” He invented Reflecting