# Isaac Newton

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• # Newton's early life

Isaac Newton was birthed in Lincolnshire, England. He spent his childhood with his grandparents on their farm. Newton's mother eventually came back when he was eleven and sent him to King's school which eventually led him to Cambridge University. It was at Cambridge University that he received his first degree and then masters degree. Soon after receiving his masters degree, Newton became a professor of mathematics, along with continuing his own experiments and theories.
• # A wonderful question!

It was on his grandparents' farm, that Newton clarified, with a prism, that white light is composed of all colors, and started to develop calculous and universal gravitation. It has been stated that one day, on his grandparents' farm, Newton witnessed an apple fall from a tree which made a wonderful question into his head: after witnessing the apple fall, Newton questioned if whatever force brought pulled the apple to the ground is the same force that keeps the moon in it's orbit around earth.
• # Newton's astonishing development of Calculus

Newton used calculus as a tool that he used for explaining the motion of planets. He also used calculus to understand the laws of motion and acceleration. Newton discovered several laws and theories of Physics and motion that are known as "Newton's laws." So, basically, the importance of Newton's development of Calculus is it helpd him elaborate the his very important laws of motion and has led us to finding more and more information about our universe.
• # The Newtonian

In 1668, Newton published his the world's first ever functioning reflecting telescope. By elaborating the ideas of reflecting telescopes of other scientists( and using his own knowledge on optics, the color spectrum and mirrors, Newton had the ability to develop the reflecting telescope. The reason why this innovation is so revolutionary is that it allowed scientists to view the universe without having the images captured by the telescoped be distorted by chromatic aberration.
• # Additional details on the Newtonian

Newton made his primary mirror to his desire by shaping and gring it and used a pitch slap to polish the optical surface. He made his primary miiror spherically shaped to make his process of developing the telescope simpler. The unique indicator that makes the newtoniaan what it is, is a second diagonally positioned mirror, that is close to the primary mirrors position of advantage to reflect the image at a 90 degree angle to an eyepiece placed on the side of the telescope.
• # The top

After Newton's mother died, Newton inherited enough wealth to have the ability to move London, and resulted becoming the president of the highest ranking group of scientists of England, the Royal Society of London
• # Newton's magnificent three laws of Motion

Newton's three laws of motion have much importance regarding revolutionary events world-wide. His laws have determined the reasons behind an object's motions and actions in everyday life. A few astonishing events that his laws have led to are: building and navigating spaceships, simulate car crashes and explanations of the way that airplanes introduce shift.
• # The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy

The most important book that Newton released is a book with the name "The Mathematical principles of Natural Philosophy." This book is an essential part of what led scientists, and mathematicians to develop our modern day perspective on gravity here on Earth and a universal scale and also led us to our current comprehension of calculous. In it's pages, Newton decribes his three laws of motion, adding more details on Johannes Kepler's law of motion.
• # Universal Law of Gravitation

Newton's law of universal gravitation states that a particle attracts every other particle in the universe using a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to their square of their distance between their centers.The importance of this law is that it explains why the planets remain in orbit around the sun, also why the moons orbit other planets. It explains why humans remain on Earth.
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## Isaac Newton

Without Isaac Newton many of the wonderful and astonishing things would have not happened throughout the world. Thanks to the phenomenon of his development of laws of motion both on our world and a universal scale, we have accomplished launching satellites, stepping on the moon and just about all the knowledge known in the field of physics.We simply wouldn't have developed the reason as to how the creation of the universe links to our lives.