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    I did sir Isaac Newton for my project. The reason that I did Sir Isaac Newton was because I knew that he had made many great discoveries and observations. I also chose sir Isaac Newton because he is one of the most famous scientists that excelled in astronomy, math, science, and . Sir Isaac Newton’s parents were Isaac and Hannah Newton. Hannah was a well educated woman for her time, she knew how to read and write. On the other hand her husband Isaac was so uneducated that when he signed off his

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    I'm going to be defending my client Sir Isaac Newton. Sir Isaac Newton was born in England of 1463 on January 4. He was the only son of a local farmer also named Isaac Newton who died three months before Sir Isaac Newton was born. When Isaac Newton got older he started to study the study of gravity and experiment of how things fall how we get up and much more. Sir Isaac Newton made some pretty good discoveries And he was also very intelligent that is how he made them.The first thing that he made

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    History has had its fair share of phenomenal scientists, but none can overshadow the genius of Sir Isaac Newton. Isaac Newton was born on January 4, 1643. His father died before he was born and he lived in Colsterworth in Lincolnshire with his grandparents and three siblings. Isaac Newton was know to be quite secluded as a young boy. Young Newton had a knack for model making and art, for example, he made a working model of a windmill at some point in his childhood. He also made other things such

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    Who Is Sir Isaac Newton

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    Sir Isaac Newton was a mathematician and an English scientist. He is considered to be one of the most intelligent people of all time. He formulated the law of universal gravitation and wrote the laws of motion. Newton developed a form of calculus and contributed to the study of light. Isaac Newton was born premature December 25, 1642 in Woolsthorpe, England. His birth was after the death of his illiterate father and during a time of political unrest in England. Civil wars were plaguing the area

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    Sir Isaac Newton has been repeatedly portrayed since the last quarter of his life as practically peerless as a natural philosopher. Newton 's achievements were unquestionably useful, diverse and exceptionally inspired (although not all of his work has endured or has been considered valuable1). Fara recounts contemporary, repeated declarations of his seemingly unbelievable genius from elite figures such as X and Voltaire2. This theme has continued in popular culture, mostly unchallenged, to the present

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    The Apple of Gravity Sir Isaac Newton is arguably as the most brilliant and original theorist who played a huge part in influencing the history of science. His vast knowledge had a profound impact on astronomy, mathematics, and physics making him among the top scientific intellects of all time. From the field of optics to mathematics and physics and even alchemy, Sir Isaac Newton’s contribution to science and philosophy is unparalleled. Born on the 25th of December 1642 in the small town of Woolsthorpe

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    Sir Isaac Newton Over the centuries, math has evolved in an astounding way. Over the years there have been some amazing mathematicians, but none of them compare to Sir Isaac Newton. Newton contributed to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Success means completing something that one was aiming for. In The Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell, he talks about if one wants to be successful the the person has to spend 10,000 hours working on their project. Newton’s success was due to his external factors

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    Essay on The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

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    Since the beginning of time, there have been many mathematicians that has influenced and contributed to the math we know today. None compares to the work of Sir Isaac Newton. He was influential as a person, as well as in his work. Sir Isaac Newton was born on December 25, 1642 in Wools Thorpe, Lincolnshire. Shortly after his father’s death, Newton was born premature and was not expected to survive. After his father’s death, his mother got remarried to an ignorant man. His stepfather didn’t seem to like

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    Renata Milani Sir Isaac Newton is one of the most renowned and influential physicists of all time. Born in Lincolnshire, England on Christmas day in 1642, he was premature and not expected to survive when born. At twelve years old, Newton began attending a grammar school in Grantham, where he stayed with an apothecary. He was intrigued by the apothecary’s work, but by the time he turned seventeen he was sent back to his home in Lincolnshire to become a farmer. Not only did he dislike being a

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    Christmas Day, 1642, Isaac Newton spent his early childhood in a small farm-house in the hamlet of Woolsthope, sixty miles northwest of Cambridge and one hundred miles from London. Newton's biological father died before he was born and his mother remarried two years later to the Reverend Barnabas Smith. Newton attended the King's School at Grantham at the age of twelve but was brought home by his mother at nearly the age of sixteen to manage the estate. Luckily for science, Newton showed little interest

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