I am working on an introduction to cosmology, I have began by the newtoniant one (the Hubble law, the Friedmann, fluid and acceleration equations), and some of the aspects of the relativitic one. I want to relate the tow parts by mentioning the shortcomings of the first, and then mentioning the solution in the second.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Hence, what are the shortcomings of the Newtonian cosmology, and what are their solutions in the context of the relativistic one.

Please help me.

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# Newtonian cosmology vs relativistic cosmology

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