Essays on The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy

The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
Original title The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
Author Isaac Newton
Genre Treatise , Non-Fiction
Language English
Characters Isaac Newton, Gottfried Leibniz, René Descartes
Published 1687
ISBN 978-0486240947
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In The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Sir Isaac Newton sets forth his laws of motion, universal gravitation, and other scientific laws that underpin classical mechanics. He also introduces his three laws of motion, which are the foundation of classical mechanics. These laws describe the relationship between an object’s mass, its velocity, and the forces acting upon it. In addition, Newton’s laws of motion provide the foundation for our understanding of how the universe works.

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