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1 (1643-1727) ISAAC NEWTON CHILDHOOD Early Years "I have not thought HYPOTHESES" Newton's death

2 (1643-1727) The greatest mathematicians of all time. " AN Krylov This man formulated the basic laws of mechanics, discovered the law of gravity, discovered the laws of decomposition of white light and advanced particle-wave theory of light, developed a differential and integral calculus, discovered the law of cooling a hot body, discovered the law of resistance to movement in a viscous fluid, constructed one of the first thermometer, first constructed a reflecting telescope.

3 Isaac Newton was born in the small village Vulstor about 200 kilometers from London. "Newton's father, also Isaac Newton, only a few months before his death he married Anne Eyskou. Thus, Newton did not see his father. We only know that his father died at the age of 37 years and was "wild, wonderful and a weak man." "Mother of Newton, who came from a respected family in the area, apparently, also farmers, on the contrary, in the memories is described as" a woman of exceptional merit and kindness. " CHILDHOOD

4 Дом в Вульсторпе, где родился Ньютон The small two-story house located in a cozy valley, where the net hit the keys. Slight descent from the house led to the river bits. It offers a picturesque view of the garden, where Newton used to sit. Maybe it was in this garden famous apple fell, "suggest" to Newton's law of universal gravitation. At 12, Newton put the Royal School in Grantham - a small town about ten kilometers from the home village. He lived in the home of pharmacist Clark, communication with which aroused his desire to chemical experiments, as for school subjects, they were not given to him. According to legend, this apple tree grown from a seed of apple that fell on the head of Isaac. CHILDHOOD

5 Newton decided to get ahead of the offender in the study. Boy became heavily involved in all subjects, and soon became the first pupil. He built a miniature windmill, excites admiration, not only children but also adults. At a wind mill can grind even a handful of grain. And no wind mill moved alive "miller": this is the role of the mouse, which was driven by the wheels. At the age of fourteen Newton invented the water clock and original scooter. The clock was so true that the family pharmacist only use them. In the evening, Newton ran kites with attached small flashlight.

6 To teach Newton to the house, she sent him every Saturday at the market in Grantham with the old servant, where they had to sell the farm products and to buy the necessary goods for the family. Once Uncle Newton saw a boy with a passion to solve mathematical problems. Stunned, he decided to persuade her mother not to oppose Newton's son will continue his education. Mother she soon saw that her son was not born a farmer, and sent him back to school. In 1656, Newton's mother was widowed a second time, and with three children, a brother and sister of Isaac returned to Vulstorp. Early Years

7 . In autumn 1660 Newton again grentemskoy school where hastily preparing to enter the University of Cambridge. June 5, 1661 he was admitted to Trinity College (Trinity College) in Cambridge Professor Barrow, speaking to students, publicly announced his "nice husband and outstanding knowledge." Statue of Sir Isaac Newton over the entrance to Trinity College, Cambridge. Is inscribed on the statue of Lucretia: "Mind it surpassed the human race."

8 Isaac Newton laid the foundations of classical mechanics and formulated the law of universal gravitation

9 First reflecting telescope was built by Isaac Newton in 1668 "I have not thought HYPOTHESES"

10 Newton died in Kensington, near London, in March 1727. Stone disease cruelly tormented him, but this seems subsided, and he was laughing, talking to a doctor, read the papers. But at night, quietly died. Isaac Newton was solemnly buried in Westminster Abbey. Over his grave stands a monument with the bust and the epitaph: "Here lies Sir Isaac Newton, the gentleman who almost divine mind the first to prove the torch mathematics movement of the planets, the paths of comets, and the tides of the oceans. He explored the difference of light rays and emerge in the various properties of colors... Let mortals rejoice that there is an ornament of the human race. "

11 The End! Prepared by Yana Salagaeva

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