Newton's Laws of Motion

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Newton's Laws of Motion

Newton's Laws of Motion

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Isaac Newton, who was born in Lincolinshire, England during the year of 1643, worked as a English physicist and mathematician in the later year of his life. Newton moved to Cambridge to attend Cambridge University in 1661. As Newton live his life searching for answer about the world, he took notes in his book called "Certain Philosophical Questions". Newton's notes proved many of his discoveries to be accurate. After his discovery the existence of gravitational force, Newton became a professor of Cambridge University in 1669. A great discovery Newton accomplish was the motion of the world, or known as Newton's three laws of motion. He publish his book "Principia", which describe and prove the three laws of motion to be true, in the year of 1687.

"Principia", 1687


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