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Newton’s Contributions. By: Kaytlin Kniess (:. Sir Isaac Newton introduction. In this PowerPoint, I will discuss some stuff and tell you some things about Sir Isaac Newton. Isaac newton’s dad died, and newton was not expected to stay alive, he was expected to die.

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## Newton’s Contributions

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**Newton’s Contributions**By: Kaytlin Kniess (:**Sir Isaac Newton introduction.**• In this PowerPoint, I will discuss some stuff and tell you some things about Sir Isaac Newton. • Isaac newton’s dad died, and newton was not expected to stay alive, he was expected to die. • Isaac Newton However, he was always reluctant to publish anything, at least until it appeared someone else might get credit for what he had found earlier.**Newtons biography !**• English natural philosopher, generally regarded as the most original and influential theorist in the history of science. • Newton was born 1642-1727. • He had a really happy childhood. • Newton's published the Principia. • After publishing the Principia, Newton became more involved in public affairs.**Newton’s contributions**• "Nature and Nature's laws lay hid in sight;God said, ' let Newton be', and all was light." • The discovery of spectrum. • Rectilinear Propagation of Light . • The equation for the velocity of sound.**Sir Isaac Newton’s evidence**• Students are often introduced to mechanics at an early age, but they are rarely shown how accurately the mathematical model derived from Newton's laws reflects reality. The author shows how experimental evidence, in the form of a stroboscopic photograph, may be used in the classroom to motivate the initial assumptions and to test the predictions of the model.**Conclusion**• On this power point, I have discussed Newton's biography, Newton's evidence, Newton's contributions, By: Kaytlin Kniess. Hour : 4/5

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