Isaac Newton Research Paper

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Isaac Newton, one of the world’s greatest mathmeticians. Born in Wools Thorpe, Lincolnshire, England January 4th, 1643. Isaac Newton was an English physicist, astronomer, philosopher, scientist, and better known as the greatest mathematician. Isaac newton created the priniciple’s of modern physics, some including “The Laws of Motion”. For 18 months, Isaac Newton worked intensely and vigorously until he finally published “Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy)” Known as the Principia. The Laws of Motion consist of three basic laws that many other famous people have used in their studies as well. The first law states that “A stationary body will stay stationary unless …show more content…

Newton explained how gravity kept the universe working and balanced. Isaac Newton’s father passed away when he was only three months old. Named after his father, Isaac Newton was born premature and was not expected to survive. Now let’s remember how technology is today and how it was back then. The chance of a child surviving prematurity was slim to none compared today. So, it is very amazing that we were able to have such a great influential person in our life to learn from. Newton was enrolled at the Kings School in Grantham, a town in Lincolnshire where he was introduced to the fascinating world of Chemistry. He then attended Cambridge, where he was much more focused on advanced science and reading about all of the modern philosophers. In 1696, Newton attained the governmental position he had been long waiting for, “The warden of the Mint”. He permanently moved to London with his niece after attaining this position. As The warden of the Mint, Newton moved the British currency and the pound sterling from the silver to gold

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