Ii accelera8on is propor8onal to f and inversely orce

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Unformatted text preview: momentum, angular momentum. Gravita8on. (Coined the term “gravity”.) Op6cs: Built the first "prac8cal" reflec8ng telescope. Developed a theory that white light is composed of different wavelengths of light. Mathema6cs: Invented the calculus (with Leibniz). Biblical hermeneu6cs: Wrote many religious tracts. Alchemist: Pb à༎ Au 2/12/2014 PHYS- 2010 8 Excellent biography of Newton. Reminds one why they called Very interes8ng insight on character. it Philosophy back then. 2/12/2014 PHYS- 2010 9 Newton’s Three Laws Newton’s Laws (as stated) hold in an “Iner8al Reference Frame” (non- rota8ng / non- accelera8ng): I.  “Law of Iner8a”: Every object con8nues in its state of rest or uniform mo8on (constant velocity along a straight line), as long as no net force acts on it. II.  Accelera8on is propor8onal to f and inversely orce pro...
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