Sir Issac Newton, the man who brought scientific revolution was born on 25th December 1642. He was regarded as one of the greatest physicists and mathematicians the world would have known. Due to his inquisitive nature and curiosity, Issac Newton has invented various theories and laws that are used even in today’s modern times.

Some of his best inventions that changed the world are:

1. Law Of Universal Gravitation

Issac Newton was the first one to discover that all particles in the universe exert a gravitational force and that mass and distance are the two factors that affect it. In order to prove this law, Newton carried out an experiment that involved the use of a large cannon that was placed at the top of a gigantic mountain. He then
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The Tree Laws Of Motion

Newton’s invention of the three laws of motion has a great impact on the modern understanding of physics. The three laws of motion are:

Until and unless an external force is exerted on an object at rest or moving, it is subjected to keep on moving in the straight line.

Exerting force on an object will result in acceleration. Thus, the equation, “F = M X A”, where M = mass of the object and A = rate of acceleration.

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

All these three equations have been used by different scientists to understand the movement of subatomic particles to spiral galaxies.

3. Calculus

Calculus, one of the most disinteresting topic of Mathematics in the high school, was invented by Issac Newton. He figured out that the use of simple algebra and geometry would not help him out with his scientific needs. So, to solve advanced mathematical problems, Newton came with the concept of Calculus. This is regarded as one of the powerful tools for physicists, economists and probability scientists.

4. Concept Of VIBGYOR

Newton invented the concept of VIBGYOR, or what is called to be a rainbow. With the use of a lamp and a prism, Newton ran white light through a prism, it dispersed into a rainbow. He used the method of reflecting the beams into another prism that reformed to the white