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I do it

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on 7 February 2013

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Late Renaissace Technology Timeline Sources The 3 laws of motion ISSAC NEWTON Who was responsible of all of those findings
and inventions? There was no electricity, running water, cars, telephones, bathrooms, shopping malls, and clothing stores. Everyone worked for everything. Women was most challenging for women because they had to cook , clean the whole house and also , might have to go out and help their hunbands do field work. There was no washing machines so they also had to wash everyones clothes. Many people made their own clothes. What was life like in the 1600s? How did Newtons inventions and findings change the world> Inventions/Events 1.An object will remain at rest or moving in a straight line unless acted upon by an external force.
2.When force is applied to an object, it will accelerate (Force = mass x acceleration).
3.For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Calculus Discovered that white light is composed of
all the colors of the spectrum. Newton's works are still the basis of modern physics today, his discoveries and laws set a framework of universal principles that allowed others to conduct experiments and investigations of their own,and also allowed people to better understand how the Natural world around them was constructed and worked. Anders Celcius What was Celsius's inventions? Celsius Thermometer What was life like in the 1700s? Everything is pretty much the same as in the 1600s Education How did Celsius's invention change the world? The Celsius thermometer
is the most common thermometer in the world. It is used by almost every country. http://www.markedbyteachers.com/gcse/history/daily-life-in-the-1600s.html
http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Anders_Celsius.aspx http://youtu.be/oZq2ou4XWqU
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