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  1. 1. HISTORICCHARACTERSENGLISH 4CEDILLO CASTILLO HECTOR
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION.IN THIS SLIDE SHOW TO 8 PEOPLE IT WERE IMPORTANT BECAUSE OF THEIR ACTIONSTHIS IS VERY IMPORTANT 4 CHARACTERS AS IS TESLA, NEWTON, GALILEI ANDEINSTEIN
  3. 3. ALBERT EINSTEINwho was albert einstein? Was a German physicist of Jewishorigin, nationalized after U.S. andSwitzerland. It is considered as themost important scientist of thetwentieth century.Proposed the theory ofrelativity14 March 1879-18 April1955
  4. 4. Theory ofrelativityROUGHLY CONSISTS OF TWO MAJOR THEORIES (THE SPECIAL RELATIVITY ANDGENERAL RELATIVITY) MADE ​​BY ALBERT EINSTEIN IN THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURYSPECIAL RELATIVITY:DESCRIBES THE PHYSICS OF MOTION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF A FLATSPACETIME, CORRECTLY DESCRIBES THE MOTION OF BODIES EVEN AT HIGH SPEEDSAND ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTIONS AND IS PRIMARILY USED TO STUDY INERTIALREFERENCE SYSTEMS.THE THEORY GENERALIZES THE EINSTEIN RELATIVITY PRINCIPLE FOR ARBITRARYOBSERVER.
  5. 5. NICOLA TESLAWas an inventor, mechanical engineer and electricalengineer of Serbian origin and most important promoterof the birth of commercial electricity.July 10, 1856 - January 7, 1943
  6. 6. DISCOVERYS OF TESLATESLA COIL:DELIVERED ENERGY OUTPUT A HIGH VOLTAGE AND HIGHFREQUENCY.*Alternating current* no filament bulb or fluorescent lamp* Remote Control
  7. 7. ISAAC NEWTONJanuary 4, 1643 - March31, 1727Was aphysicist, philosopher, theologian, inventor, alchemist andEnglish mathematician, authorof Philosophiae naturalisprincipia mathematica, betterknown as the Principia, whichdescribed the law of universalgravitation
  8. 8. law of universalgravitationIS A CLASSICAL PHYSICAL LAW DESCRIBING THE GRAVITATIONALINTERACTION BETWEEN DIFFERENT BODIES WITH MASS. THIS WAS PRESENTEDBY ISAAC NEWTON IN HIS BOOK PHILOSOPHIAE NATURALIS PRINCIPIAMATHEMATICA, PUBLISHED IN 1687
  9. 9. GALILEOGALILEI(Pisa, February 15, 15644 - Florence, January 8, 1642)Was an astronomer, philosopher, Italian mathematicianand physicist who is closely associated with the scientificrevolution. Eminent Renaissance man was interested inalmost all sciences and arts (music, literature, painting)
  10. 10. INVENTION OF THETELESCOPEIT DOES NOT DEFORM OBJECTS AND INCREASES 6 TIMES, OR TWICE AS HISOPPONENT. IT IS ALSO THE ONLY OF THE TIME GETTING RIGHT TO OBTAIN ANIMAGE THROUGH THE USE OF A DIVERGING LENS IN THE EYE. [CITATIONNEEDED] THIS INVENTION MARKS A TURNING POINT IN THE LIFE OF GALILEO.
  11. 11. THE ENDTHE REASONS ELEGI A CHARACTER IS BECAUSE THESE 3 ALBERT EINSTEIN IS A VERYIMPORTANT PERSON IN HISTORY.BECAUSE LIKE TESLA FOUND THE FORM OF ENERGY CURRENTLY USED AS AC POWERGALILEO AND NEWTON AND SON OF THE BASICS OF SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY

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