The Greatest Scientist in History Sir Isaac Newton once said, “No great discovery was ever made without a bold guess” (qtd in “Isaac Newton: Quotes”). Newton was an inventor that had to make wild ideas, but the thing that disconnects him from other inventors, is that some of his “crazy” visions were right. Even though, Sir Isaac Newton seemed like a famous and well known inventor he did not start off with a good push and this was because he was born to a torn family from the beginning. He had to make his own way. Some his most known inventions are the three Laws of Motion, Law of Universal Gravitation, car doors/ dog doors, and the telescope (“Top Ten Isaac Newton”) . Sir Isaac Newton was a well known inventor and his creations are still
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His father was already buried before he was born, so did not have a father to look up to. Then when he was just a child, his mother wanted to be happy again so she remarried and sent Isaac off to a school. Then after the school became his only family and where he felt at home, his mother’s second husband died and she requested that her only son would be taken from school and come support her. After a while, his old teacher called him back because he had too much potential to be locked at home doing nothing. When he came back to the school he became the highest ranking and then was accepted into the college of his dreams, Cambridge University (“Isaac Newton and
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Sir Isaac Newton is mostly known for “creating” calculus, but it was his greatest influence, Isaac Barrow, that actually came up with it. In Math, he originally made conclusions about slopes and wondering how they can always differ (“Isaac Newton and His”). Because he found that the slopes of the lines were different,“This allowed him to create the First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, which states that if a function is integrated and then differentiated the original function can be obtained because differentiation and integration are inverse functions” (“Isaac Newton and His”). Around the mid 1600s was when Sir Isaac Newton finished his complete thoughts on Calculus, he had wrote a book and summarized more than enough