How Did Sir Isaac Newton Present The Three Laws Of Motion

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Sir Isaac Newton was a famous scientist, and a Physicist who is recognised as one of the most famous scientists of all time and made science what it is today. Sir Isaac Newton was born on January 4, 1643. He died on March 31, 1727, He was at 85 years old. He was born at Woolsthorpe Manor, United Kingdom. He died at Kensington , London, United Kingdom. He died because he his abdomen shut down, causing him to die the next day.

Sir Isaac Newton studied at Trinity College of Cambridge, Part of Cambridge University. He studied law. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Natural Philosophy.
Newton kept telling everyone the story of how he dropped an apple from a tree giving him the inspiration for his work on gravity.

One fact about Sir Isaac Newton is that when he was a child, he was not
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His discovery of calculus has led the way to more powerful methods of solving many problems in Science and Mathematics. His work in optics included the study of white light and the discovery of the color spectrum. It was his experiments with different kinds light that first made him famous for what he is today. About twenty years later, Sir Isaac Newton presented the three laws of motion, that he came up with, in the Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis.

We still use Sir Isaac Newton’s law everywhere. If Isaac Newton hadn't discovered the three laws, we would be no where close to where we are today in science and many other things. We use Newton’s research in most things even to this day, even though is was researched over three hundred years ago.
Sir Isaac Newton was also interested in Alchemy. He did experiments with many of objects, in which he used a lot of Mercury(This was the second reason why they thought he had the nervous breakdown). Because of the very high levels of Mercury found in his bloodstream, this is why they thought that he had an early
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