Title: 1642

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Subject: American History
Author: Richard G
Date: November 28, 2015
Grade: C
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His dispute with german mathematicion and philosopher Gohfried Leibniz (1616-1716) over calculus was one of the longest and bitterest scientific disputes. In the same year, Italian mathematician Galileo (1564-1642) died, Isaac Newton was born in the village of wools Thorne, near Lincolnshire, England...

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So small and sickly was the premature infant Newton that no one thought he would survive. He was so tiny that he could have fit in a quart jar. Newton's father, also named Isaac, died before he was born. When Newton's mother remarried three years later after his father's death, he went to live with hi maternal grandmother...

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