Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Influence on Physics Essay by EllasIsKing

Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Influence on Physics
# 2002 | 1,390 words | 5 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Sep 03, 2003 in Physics (General) , Mathematics (General)


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This essay discusses the life of Sir Issac Newton and the points of his life that brought forth his great advances in the realm of physics and mathematics.

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"As a child Sir Isaac Newton took little interest in what was being taught to his classmates (Bixby 90). Instead, he found ways to fulfill his desire to learn. He marked where the shadows fell in his yard in order to keep time, thus producing his sundial (Rattansi 12). His interest in rushing water inspired Newton to build a windmill. He created the first horseless carriage. In addition to the pursuit of his numerous boyhood interests, Newton spent time with his landlord as the apothecary and concocted remedies for the illnesses of the locals (Christianson 16)."


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