Sir Isaac Newton And His 3 Laws

By Alexa Romero

Who is sir Isaac Newton?

Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest scientist and mathematician that ever lived.To start, while at college he became interested in math,physics,and astronomy. Then, Newton was writing the tree laws of motion in his journal.Last, Newton attended for grammar school and then went on to Trinity College Cambridge.

What Is Newton's First Law?

Newton's first law is called the law of inertia. First, a object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force.Next, an object in motion continues in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted on by an unbalanced force.

What Is Sir Isaac Newton's Second Law?

Sir Isaac Newton's second law is a acceleration that is produced when a force acts on a mass the larger the mass of the object being accelerated. Also, the bigger the amount of the force needed to be accelerated the object.

What is Sir Isaac Newton's Last Law?

To start, Newton's third law is every action there is the same and in a different reaction.Then, in every force there is a reaction that is equal in size but different reaction.

As A result, Newton was an intelligent person that created the 3 laws of motion.

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Sir Isaac Newton died in his sleep in London on March 20, 1727

Isaac Newton

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His first law is called the law of Inertia.

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His second law is accelerated when a force is acted on by something.

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His third law is in every object persists in it's state or uniform motion in a straight line.