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  1. The Ocean Of Truth: The Story Of Sir Isaac Newton by Joyce McPherson, 1997-04
  2. Newton's Gift: How Sir Isaac Newton Unlocked the System of the World by David Berlinski, 2002-02-26
  3. Dark Matter: The Private Life of Sir Isaac Newton: A Novel by Philip Kerr, 2003-10-28
  4. The Principia by Isaac, Sir Newton, 2010-09-10
  5. Newton's Revised History of Ancient Kingdoms - A Complete Chronology by Sir Isaac Newton, edited by Larry Pierce, 2009-02-20
  6. The chronology of ancient Kingdoms amended. To which is prefix'd, a short chronicle from the first memory of things in Europe, to the conquest of Persia by Alexander the Great. By Sir Isaac Newton. by Isaac Newton, 2010-06-10
  7. An Account of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophical Discoveries: In Four Books by Colin MacLaurin, 2010-03-25
  8. Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John by Sir Isaac Newton, 2005-10-17
  9. Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Latin Edition) by Sir Isaac Newton, 2010-09-28
  10. Sir Isaac Newton: Brilliant Mathematician and Scientist (Signature Lives: Scientific Revolution series) by Rosinsky, Natalie M, 2008-01-01
  11. Sir Isaac Newton: Using the Laws of Motion to Solve Problems (Math for the Real World) by Kerri O'Donnell, 2005-12-30
  12. Sir Isaac Newton by Edward Neville da Costa Andrade, 1979-08-08
  13. Life of Sir Isaac Newton by Sir David Brewster, 2009-12-21
  14. Correspondence of Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Cotes: Including Letters of Other Eminent Men, Now First Published From the Originals in the Library of ... Notes, Synoptical View of the Philosopher by Isaac Newton, 2009-04-27

1. Sir Isaac Newton
Sir Isaac Newton. Shuttle. Isaac Newton. Very Interesting! In addition to mathematics, Isaac Newton was born in 1643 in Woolsthorpe, England.
Sir Isaac Newton
Very Interesting! In addition to mathematics, physics and astronomy, Newton also had an interest in alchemy, mysticism and theology. As the years progressed, Newton completed his work on universal gravitation Throughout Newton's career he was torn between his desire for fame and his fear of criticism. His overwhelming fear of criticism caused him to resist immediate publication of his work. As a consequence Newton often felt compelled to defend his work against plagiarism. One such dispute arose over calculus. Though Newton had been the first to derive calculus as a mathematical approach, Gottfried Leibniz was the first one to widely disseminate the concept throughout Europe. The dispute with Leibniz dominated the last years of his life. Newton died in 1727.
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2. Newton's Life
I INTRODUCTION Newton, Sir Isaac (16421727), mathematician and physicist, one of the foremost scientific intellects of all time.

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Sir Isaac Newton (1642 1727) From `A Short Account of the History of Mathematics' (4th edition, 1908) by W. W. Rouse Ball.

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6. Newton's Three Laws Of Motion
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Excerpted from The Romance of Bible Chronology by the Rev. Martin Anstey, B.D. M.A. (London) Published by Marshall Bros. Ltd., 1913, page 49. Newton's achievements in so many areas are reflected by the design of his tomb, erected in 1731 in Westminster Abbey. Its carved stonework includes a telescope, furnace, prism, the earth and planets and sun, mathematical numbers, and books labeled Chronology Optica, Divinity , and Phil. Princ. Math
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By Professor Arthur B. Anderson. Isaac Newton was the greatest scientist who has ever lived. It is, in fact, generally accepted that he is the greatest scientist who ever will live, since no one, no matter how brilliant, will ever again be in such a unique historical position. Isaac Newton was born on Christmas day in 1642 and died in 1727. His most famous work

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Sir Isaac Newton invented the reflecting telescope in 1668.
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Search Inventors Sir Isaac Newton Isaac Newton was born in 1642 in a manor house in Lincolnshire, England. His father had died two months before his birth. When Isaac was three his mother remarried, and Isaac remained with his grandmother. He was not interested in the family farm, so he was sent to Cambridge University to study. Isaac was born just a short time after the death of Galileo , one of the greatest scientists of all time. Galileo had proved that the planets revolve around the sun, not the earth as people thought at the time. Isaac Newton was very interested in the discoveries of Galileo and others. Isaac thought the universe worked like a machine and that a few simple laws governed it. Like Galileo, he realized that mathematics was the way to explain and prove those laws. Isaac Newton was one of the world’s great scientists because he took his ideas, and the ideas of earlier scientists, and combined them into a unified picture of how the universe works. Isaac Newton explained the workings of the universe through mathematics. He formulated laws of motion and gravitation. These laws are math formulas that explain how objects move when a force acts on them. Isaac published his most famous book, Principia, in 1687 while he was a mathematics professor at Trinity College, Cambridge. In the Principia, Isaac explained three basic laws that govern the way objects move. He then described his idea, or theory, about gravity. Gravity is the force that causes things to fall down. If a pencil falls off a desk, it will land on the floor, not the ceiling. In his book Isaac also used his laws to show that the planets revolve around the suns in orbits that are oval, not round.

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Isaac Newton's discoveries were so numerous and varied that many consider him to be the father of modern science. A graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge, Newton developed an intense interest in mathematics and the laws of nature which ultimately led to his two most famous works: Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687) and Opticks (1704). Newton helped define the laws of gravity and planetary motion, co-founded the field of calculus, and explained laws of light and color, among many other discoveries. A famous story suggests Newton discovered the laws of gravity by watching an apple fall from a tree, though there's no proof that this is true. Newton was knighted in 1705. Newton was the first scientist given the honor of burial in Westminster Abbey... He is often ranked 1-2 with

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Sir Isaac Newton, was born on Jan. 4, 1643 (NS; Dec. 25, 1642, OS), at Woolsthorpe,near Grantham, Lincolnshire, England. Perhaps the greatest scientific
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Sir Isaac Newton, was born on Jan. 4, 1643 (N.S.; Dec. 25, 1642, O.S.), at Woolsthorpe, near Grantham, Lincolnshire, England. Perhaps the greatest scientific genius of all time, Newton made fundamental contributions to every major area of scientific and mathematical concern to his generation. Newton came from a family of modest yeoman farmers. His father died several months before he was born. Three years later his mother remarried and moved to a nearby village, leaving Isaac in the care of his maternal grandmother. Upon the death of his stepfather in 1656, Newton's mother removed him from grammar school in Grantham in hopes of training him to manage her now much-enlarged estate, but even then Newton's interests ran more toward books and mathematical diversions. His family decided that he should be prepared for the university, he entered Trinity College, Cambridge, in June 1661.
During the plague years Newton laid the foundation for elementary differential and integral Calculus.

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Sir Isaac Newton. for Childrens Chorus with piano Text (by Kay K. Maves).Sir Isaac Newton, A very wise man, Said What ever goes up Must come down.
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Sir Isaac Newton was a very popular visitor at the court of George I. The princess of Upon receiving a copy of this work, Sir Isaac Newton printed,
NEWTON, SIR ISAAC The study of Descartess Geometry seems to have inspired Newton with a love of the subject, and to have introduced him to the higher mathematics. In a small commonplace book, bearing on the seventh page the date of January 1663/1664, there are several articles on angular sections, and the squaring of curves and crooked lines that may be squared, several calculations about musical notes, geometrical propositions from Francis Vieta and Frans van Schooten, annotations out of Walliss Arithmetic of Infinities, together with observations on refraction, on the grinding of spherical optic glasses, on the errors of lenses and the method of rectifying them, and on the extraction of all kinds of roots, particularly those in affected powers. And in this same commoliplacebook the following entry made by Newton himself, many years afterwards, gives a further account of the nature of his work during the period when he was an undergraduate : July 4, 1699.By consulting an account of my expenses at Cambridge, in the years 1663 and 1664, I find that, in the year I664 a little before Christmas, I, being then Senior Sophister, bought Schootens Miscellanies and Cartes Geometry (having read this Geometry and Oughtreds Clavis clean over h~alf a year before), and borrowed Walliss works, and by consequence made these annotations out of Schooten and Wallis, in winter between the years 1664and 1665. At such time I found the method of Infinite Series; and in summer 1665, being forced from Cambridge by the plague, I computed the area of the Hyperbola at Boothby, in Lincoinshire, to two and fifty figures by the same method.

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