Sir Isaac Newton Research Paper

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Sir Isaac Newton the life of an English Mathematician. Sir Isaac Newton was born on January 4. 1643 in woolsthorpe, manor United Kingdom. Isaac Newtons father died three months before Newton was born, newton was named after his father. Sir Isaac Newton was born prematurely and was quoted to be so small he could fit in a small cup. After Newtons birth his mother re-married and was left to live with his maternal grandmother. Isaac Newton resented his mother and step father, threatening them to burn them and the house over them. Newtons mother also had three other children with her second marriage, so Sir Isaac newton had three step siblings. As a premature baby newton lacked the physical well being of his age. Sir Isaac Newton from the age of twelve to seventeen was educated at the kings school in which he was taught Latin and Greek and which most likely set the foundation of Newtons mathematics. Newton was one of the top students in the school, his signature is still written in the schools walls. Newton was later removed from the school by his mother and was found in woolsthorpe by colstoworth by October 1659, following the death of his stepfather newtons mother attempted to Make a farmer …show more content…
Isaac newton was able to pursue his interest of mathematics, science, and physics. Sir Isaac newton studies were based off Aristotle, newton was not interested in Aristotles mathematics he was more intrigued by modern mathematics of the time such as the works of Rene Descartes. Isaac newton had a prestigious ability to to think about mathematical equations until he solved the mystery behind them. Due to Newtons natural instinct to solve mathematics he became practically detached from the world, little time for friends and woman he remained single through out his life and said that he had died a virgin. Newton devoted his life to his studies and was very successful because of