Sir Isaac Newton – The scientist who formulated laws of motion

Sir Isaac Newton was an english mathematician, astronomer, physicist, theologian and an author who formulated the laws of motion.

Sir Isaac Newton
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Quick Facts

  • Full Name: Isaac Newton
  • Born: 4th January 1643
  • Died: 31st March 1727
  • Nationality: English
  • Spouse:
  • Occupation: Scientist
  • Education:
    • Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. in 1668)
  • Known for:
    • Newtonian mechanics
    • Universal gravitation
    • Calculus
    • Newton’s laws of motion
    • Optics
    • Binomial series
    • Principia
    • Newton’s method
  • Awards: 
    • FRS (1672)
    • Knight Bachelor (1705)

Introduction

Sir Isaac Newton, born on 25th December 1642 was an english mathematician, astronomer, physicist, theologian and an author who is known as one of the most influential scientists in the scientific revolution.


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