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Einstein's theory

  1. 1. EINSTEIN'S THEORY MEANS WHAT? By Aum Dubey Grade 7 Room 307
  2. 2. DATE OF BIRTH AND PLACE Albert Einstein was born on March 14,1879 in Germany  He lived in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austin, Belgium, and United States 
  3. 3. Scientist Background SCIENTIST BACKGROUND  He was married to Marici and they had one daughter, named Lieserel.  Albert Einstein went to a lot of different universities and colleges, and he studied only physics
  4. 4. EINSTEIN'S DISCOVERIES AND INVENTIONS Albert Einstein is known for his scientific studies, Theory of relativity, and movements of molecules in liquids  He invented the quantum theory of light and the link between mass and energy 
  5. 5. 2 EVENTS FROM HISTORICAL EPOCH During Albert Einstein's life there were the 2 World Wars  Also the NFL history 
  6. 6. HIS INFLUENCE ON SOCIETY His theories are used today  Also his theories were the basis of nuclear warheads 
  7. 7. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ALBERT EINSTEIN Albert Einstein has published more than 10 books  He has a lot of things named after him including schools, technology,scientific,and mathematical concepts, streets and buildings, arts and entertainment, and awards 
  8. 8. QUOTE BY ALBERT EINSTEIN “ Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value”
  9. 9. REFLECTION  There are a lot of schools named after him, Technology scientific and mathematical concepts, streets, buildings, and also arts and entertainments. On April 18, 1955 Albert Einstein died in Princeton, NJ.
  10. 10. CITATIONS www.teslasociety.com/einstein.html  www.ask.com/question/what-was-albert-einsteinfamous-for  En.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert-Einstien  www.shmoop.com/history/study-guides//.html  www.ask.com/question/how-did-albert-einsteinimpact-the-world 

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