Issac newton biography
When newton was born
Issac newton biography: Newton was born on 4 January 1643 in Woolsthorpe by Kolsterworth, Lincolnshire, Germany. Along with being a scientist, Newton was also a great mathematician, physical scientist, astrology, and philosopher. He discovered the law of motion and the law of the theory of gravity. His father died three months before his birth. His father’s name was Isaac Newton and he was a farmer.
When Newton was three years old, his mother left him and went away to marry another. Newton did not like his stepfather at all, due to which he used to treat his mother like enemies. When Newton’s stepfather also died, his mother returned to Woolsthorpe-by-Kolstworth. He asks Newton to help him in farming. Newton was more interested in studies so he did not agree to work on the farm.
Newton’s early education was in his village school. At the age of 12, he joined the King School in Granthan. He resided there at the house of a performer named Clarke. He had many chemical and practical books. Newton used to read the same books and experimented as well.
Clarke had a daughter, for whose entertainment Newton made many instruments such as floating lanterns, live mouse and sundials powered windmills, etc. His daughter also liked all the equipment. After a few years, he passed the intermediate there, after that he graduated from Trinity College, England at the age of 19 and obtained a bachelor’s degree in 1665.
At one time he suffered from a disease called plague due to which he could not even get a master’s degree and returned to his home in Woolsthorpe. Newton performed his experiments in his own village from 1666 to 1667 at his own home, and thereafter he moved to Cambridge and received a master’s degree from there.
The professor at the college from which Newton received his master’s degree resigned from the position of professor, when his mathematics teacher asked Newton to assume that position. Newton accepted his point and he became a professor of mathematics. He began to search to take his experiments further. Newton’s discovery is as follows:
Newton’s law of universal gravitation
Newton’s law of universal gravitation states,” every particle attracts every other particle in the universe with a force which is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their centers.”
One day Newton was sitting under a tree. Suddenly an apple fell from above, Newton started wondering why this apple fell down, why it did not go up. After thinking and thinking for a long time, they found out by experimenting that as long as the force of gravity remains, then the thing coming from above will come down when the force of gravity is gone, then the same thing will float. Thus Newton discovered the law of gravity.
Newton find three laws of motion:
NEWTON’S FIRST LAW OF MOTION STATE THAT – A BODY STAYS WITHIN THE STATE OF RELAXATION OR UNIFORM MOTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE EXCEPT AND TILL AN EXTERIOR DRIVE ACTS ON IT.
The first rule is the “law of inertia“. According to this rule, an object will remain stationary until a force is applied on it and an object will remain in motion until a force is applied on it.
NEWTON’S SECOND LAW OF MOTION STATE THAT – THE ACCELERATION OF AN OBJECT AS PRODUCED BY A INTERNET DRIVE IS STRAIGHT PROPORTIONAL TO THE MAGNITUDE OF THE WEB DRIVE, IN THE IDENTICAL ROUTE AS THE WEB DRIVE, AND INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL TO THE MASS OF THE THING.
The second rule, the “law of momentum”, is that according to this rule, the rate of change in the momentum of an object is proportional to the force exerted on it and the change of momentum is in the direction of the force charged.
NEWTON’S THIRD LAW OF MOTION STATE THAT-ALL FORCES BETWEEN TWO OBJECTS EXIST IN EQUAL MAGNITUDE AND OPPOSITE DIRECTION.
Third law “Law of reaction” According to this rule, when a force is applied on an object, the object exerts the same force in the opposite direction of that force.
Death of Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton died on 31 March 1727 in Germany. Newton had no children from whom his relatives took possession of his property.
Newton’s memorial is built on top of his own tomb. His sculpture is of stone made by Michael Rizbreck in white and gray marble, his monument shows that his right elbow is on many great books and his left hand is pointing to a mathematical list.