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Issac Newton (1642-1727)

Issac Newton (1642-1727)

Issac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician who invented calculus, discovered the laws of motion and gravity, layed the foundations of spectroscopy and built the first reflecting telescope

Biography of Sir Issac Newton including his work on optics, fluxional method and principia

A biography of Issac Newton including information on his work and a famous quote

The life of Issac Newton as well as information on his work in optics, the fluxional method and the principia

A short account of the history of mathematics with Sir Issac Newton

Another biography of Sir Issac Newton

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