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TITLE:. NEWTON’S REVOLUTION IN PHYSICS SCINCE USING MATHEMATIC. By oğul esen. Isaac Newton. AIM:. X=Vt. H=1/2 gt 2. TO INTRODUCE NEWTON’S BASIC APPROACHS TO HOW TO MAKE PHYSICS AS A COMBINATION OF FORMULAS. PHYSICS. F= ma. Isaac Newton. OUTLINE:. PROJECT:. Formulation Cause and

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Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

TITLE:

NEWTON’S REVOLUTION IN PHYSICS SCINCE USING MATHEMATIC

By oğul esen

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

AIM:

X=Vt

H=1/2 gt2

TO INTRODUCE NEWTON’S BASIC APPROACHS TO HOW TO MAKE PHYSICS AS A COMBINATION OF FORMULAS

PHYSICS

F= ma

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

OUTLINE:

PROJECT:

Formulation

Cause and

effect

Gravitation

INCLUDES:NEWTON’S AND PERSPECTIVES THROUGH SCIENCE SUCH AS CAUSE AND EFFECT , FORMULATION, GRAVITATION etc..

EXCLUDES: HIS CHILDHOOD, HIS FAMILY LIFE etc...

Newton’s childhood

Newton’s family life

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

x

dx

dt

t

dx = V dt

NEWTON USEDCALCULUS WHEN HE WAS BUILDINGFORMULATIONS FOR PHYSICS LAWS

CALCULUS

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

CALCULUS

1+2+3+4+5+..

PRINCIPIA

8

NEWTON WROTE HIS BOOKPRINCIPIA WITHOUT USINGCALCULUS

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

m1

m2

F =

d2

NEWTON SAID THAT

GRAVITATIONIS JUST A KIND OF APPLICATION OF FORCE BETWEEN OBJECTS WHICH ARE NOT IN TOUCH

d

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

F

m1

m2

F =

HOW?

d2

FORGRAVITATIONPROBLEM NEWTONCOULD NOT EXPLAIN HOW WAS THE SEPARETED OBJECTS ATTRACTED EACH OTHER

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

PRINCIPIA

G = M.g

PRINCIPIAIS NEWTON’S MOST IMPORTANT BOOK WHICH APPROACHS TO THE PHYSICS AS COMBINATION OF FORMULAS WHICH HAVE LOGICAL EXPLANATIONS

H = 1/2 gt2

F = M.a

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

F = mg

NEWTON CONSIDERED

FORMULATIONIS THE UNIQUE WAY WHICH IS USED FOR MAKING MATHEMATICAL EQUATIONS FOR CAUSE AND EFFECT PHENOMENON

T = 0

T = t1

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

Alive

Dead

NEWTON USED CAUSE AND EFFECT PHENOMENON AS THE MAJOR PRINCIPLE OF THE CLASSICAL PHYSICS

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

F

F

V= 0

V= cst.

NEWTON USED INERTIA AND GRAVITATION

AS TWO OF THE MAJOR PRINCIPLES

OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS

CLASSICAL PHYSICS

END SHOW

Isaac Newton


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

F

TWO OBJECT ATTRACK EACH OTHER WITH A FORCE CALLED GRAVITATION

GRAVITATION


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

CALCULUS IS A KIND OFMATHEMATICAL METHOD FOR SUM OF FINITE AND INFINITE SERIES

1+2+3+4+5+..

8


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

V= 0

V= cst.

INERTİA: OBJECTS WANT TO REMAIN AT REST OR MOVE WITH CST VELOCITY IF NO FORCE APPLIED

F


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

FORMULATION : BUILDING MATHEMATICAL EQUATIONS FOR PHYSICS LAWS

T= 0

T= t

h=1/2gt2


Newton s revolution in physics scince using mathematic

F

PRINCIPIA: A BOOK ABOUT THE PRINCİPLES OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS

PRINCİPIA

CLASSICAL PHYSICS


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