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Transcript of Isaac Newton
-He died on March 20, 1725
-He was born in Lincolnshire,
-He attended Free Grammar
School and then went on to Trinity College Cambridge.
- He became interested in math, physics, and astronomy. Newton received both a bachelors and masters degree.
The Apple Tree
1666: The Apple Tree
Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
THE ORIGINAL APPLE TREE
Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
The Law of Inertia (First Law):
This is an example of the Second Law of Motion
The Law of Reciprocity(Third Law):
Newton's Three Laws of Motion
Newton's Theory of Color
The apple tree is a famous story of how Isaac Newton got his idea for the laws of gravitation. When Isaac Newton was under an apple tree, he saw an apple fall. He thought of the acceleration of the apple. He then wondered if the tree were twice as big. The apple would still fall down. So Isaac Newton thought if it worked with the tallest apple tree, it was probably working with the moon and Earth.
and Newtonian Era
“No great discovery was ever made
without a bold
A statue of Isaac Newton, looking at an apple at his feet, can be seen at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
William Blake designed this statue and had intended for it to represent Newton as a mathematician
focused on the narrow sheet of paper in front of him and neglecting the rest of nature at his back.
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The roller coaster will stay in motion at
the same speed unless an unexpected
object or force causes it to stop.
The elephant and its friends are
applying force on the object in order
for the large rock to accelerate.
We would like to leave you with this thought:
2 apples changed the world: Isaac Newton's and Steve Job's.
Lecture 10: The Scientific Revolution, 1543-1600
August 4,2009 http://www.historyguide.org/earlymod/lecture10c.html
Isaac Newton Resources
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PRESIDENT DEFENDS GOOGLE BOOK SEARCH
February 6, 2006
Philosophical and Literary
Isaac Newton influenced the scientific revolution with his ideas, thoughts, discoveries, and inventions. The scientific revolution had opened the door to active thinking and a new perspective towards the world. Newton's contributions to the scientific revolution has made a difference 'till this day. Without him, who knows how we'd see our world today.
-Creator of calculus
-Made equation to
fluxions" and the
"inverse method of
-Was math professor
at Cambridge at age
University College London
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