Three Laws of Motion-Chantel Robillard
What are Newtons Laws?
Isaac Newton's Life
Isaac Newton was an physicist, astronomer and mathematician who is recognized as the most influential scientists of all time. He was born on January 4th 1643, in Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire. His father was a famer that died three months before his son, Isaac was born, his mother remarried and his care was taken by his grandparents. In 1661 he went to Cambridge University where he gained interest in mathematics, physics and astronomy. However the university was forced to close and he moved back to his home town and thought about gravity.
1-Newton's First law
An example: Lets take an airplane flying at a constant speed. Now the aircraft accelerates and airspeed increases, the aircraft no longer accelerates but holds a new, higher, constant airspeed.