# How Did Sir Isaac Newton Change The World?

He invented the laws of gravity, teaching the world a brand new concept no one had ever imagine before. Now they knew the reason behind things falling back down when they were thrown into the air. He uncovered a topic never researched before, therefore opening the eyes of the world to exploration of new ideas and acceptance of new theories.
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Sir Isaac Newton was a very famous mathematician, physicist, astronomer and philosopher.
His most known contributions to science (things that made him famous) are the concept of gravity and his three laws of motion.
Newton's First Law states that a stationery object would remain stationery until a net external force is exerted upon it. It is also known as the Law of Inertia.
Newton's Second Law states that force applied on an object equals its mass into the rate of change of its momentum (F=ma).
Newton's Third Law states that every action has an opposite and equal reaction.
These laws govern classical mechanics.
His other most famous claim to fame is the concept of gravity. He realized that there must be force which causes things to fall towards the ground (an apple in this case while he was sitting under a tree).
Besides these, newton also studied the visible spectrum, speed of sound and invented the reflecting telescope. He is also known for his many contributions to calculus, especially the generalised binomial theorem.

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His most important discovery is probably gravity. He did make other important discoveries, though. He was sitting at an apple tree, doing his favorite past time, watching the apples fall. (The myth that he got hit in the head isn't true.) He wondered what made them fall and then...BINGO! Gravity was discovered.
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Sir Isaac Newton was a very famous mathematician, physicist, astronomer and philosopher.
His most known contributions to science (things that made him famous) are the concept of gravity and his three laws of motion.
Newton's First Law states that a stationery object would remain stationery until a net external force is exerted upon it. It is also known as the Law of Inertia.
Newton's Second Law states that force applied on an object equals its mass into the rate of change of its momentum (F=ma).
Newton's Third Law states that every action has an opposite and equal reaction.
These laws govern classical mechanics.
His other most famous claim to fame is the concept of gravity. He realized that there must be force which causes things to fall towards the ground (an apple in this case while he was sitting under a tree).
Besides these, newton also studied the visible spectrum, speed of sound and invented the reflecting telescope. He is also known for his many contributions to calculus, especially the generalised binomial theorem.
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He Did In Fact Discover Gravity.. And That Everything That Comes Up Must Come
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More importantly he invented the cat flap,
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He was found gravity proved it at no cost with the help of an apple and many things known to be one of the greatest contributor for science.
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In the 1500 he proved that gravity exists I am currently studying him
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Sir Isaac Newton was a famous mathematician. The thing that he is most famous for is gravity. He discovered this by watching the apples falling and discovering gravity.
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Lol thats what were learning bout in mi class right now!ummmm he invented 3 scientific laws:The First Law states that an object that is not being pushed or pulled by some force will stay still, or will keep moving in a straight line at a steady speed...The Second Law explains how a force acts on an object. An object accelerates in the direction the force is moving it...The Third Law states that if an object is pushed or pulled, it will push or pull equally in the opposite direction....now lets see if I ace the test tuesday! Oh and 1 more thing the cookie: Fig newton was named after him ;) Hope I helped!
~Mariah
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