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- 1. Sir Isaac Newton<br />By: Brittany<br />
- 2. About Sir Isaac Newton’s Life<br />He was born at Wools Thorpe near Grantham, Lincolnshire in England.<br />His family was very poor he worked on a farm <br />His dad died three months before he was born<br />
- 3. Newton's Scientific World<br />In 1687 Newton shook the scientific world with the mathematical principals of Natural Philosophy <br />
- 4. Newton's Impact on Math<br />He created the three laws of motion as well as calculus<br />He also used prisms to show that the Ancient Greeks theory was wrong about the sunlight <br />
- 5. First Law of Motion<br />Moving objects continue to move in a straight line. An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon n outside force <br />
- 6. Second Law of Motion<br />The amount of acceleration is determined by both size and mass of the object<br />
- 7. Third Law of Motion<br />For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction to the object<br />
- 8. Newton’s Discoveries <br />He discovered that sunlight is a mixture of light with all of the colors of a rainbow <br />
- 9. Discoveries Led to Creations<br />The study of light led to improvement in the construction of telescopes. In the new construction, he used a reflection mirror instead of a combination lens <br />
- 10. About his Telescope<br />The telescope was six inches wide, and through it one could see the satellites of Jupiter<br />
- 11. He died on March 20, 1727 at the age of 84.<br />Although his findings were not recognized until after his death, he is now well respected.<br />

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