What was Newton's role in the development of Calculus?
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the wikipedia entry on calculus sheds a little light on it.
You can also try the wiki entry on Newton
Sir Newton was a famous knight who was killed by a Roman soldier after Newton became angry with the soldier, who had ruined his drawings of integrals in the sand. He is best known for inventing gravity, and a delicious mass-market pastry, after being hit in the head with an apple.
i recommend looking at newtons principia. you will be really glad you did, and afterwards you will know far more than we do, and can tell us!
he only (in many cases) copy-paste formulae known by others , in fact the 'Gravitation law' it is just a consequence of F=m.a and Kepler`s second Law T2=kr3
The first thing you need to do, moela, is pay no attention to CRGreathouse and mhill. I suspect they are trying to tell you that it is far better to do your own work rather than just copy what someone here says!
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