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Isaac Newton

When was Newton born? January 4, 1643
Where was Newton born? Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth Lincolnshire, England
When did Newton die? March 31, 1727
What is Newton's nationality? English
What is Newton's alma mater? Trinity College Cambridge
Who does Newton share the credit for the development of differential and integral calculus with? Gottfried Leibniz
Newton demonstrated the binomial theorem. What is the binomial theorem? Describes the algebraic expansion of powers of a binomial.
Newton developed Newton's Method. What is Newton's Method? Method for finding successfully finding better approximations to the roots of a real value function.
What is another name for Newton's Method? Newton-Raphson Method
Newton contributed to the study of ______ _______. Power Series
List at least three of Newton's other achievements. Achievements include: Newtonian Mechanics, Universal Gravitation, Optics, Infinitesimal Calculus
What is Calculus? The part of mathematics concerned with finding slopes of curves, areas under curves, minima and maxima, and other geometric and analytic problems.
"Truth is ever to be found in the simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things." Who said this? Isaac Newton
"This most beautiful system [the universe] could only proceed from the dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being." Who said this? Isaac Newton
“Nothing gives me quite so much joy as when people tell me they've had their pets spayed or neutered.” Who said this? Bob Barker
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