Sir Isaac Newton is the most renowned and influential English physicist and mathematician of all the time. He is most famous for his gravitational theory and scientific movement happened in 17th century. He formulated the laws of motion and law of gravitation, which dominated the scientists' view of physical universe for almost three centuries. He has invented the reflecting telescope.
Newton is the SI unit of force, named after Sir Isaac Newton, for his great work on classical mechanics. It is about how much force is required to make a mass of one kilogram go faster at a rate of one metre per second2.
1 Newton = 1 kg. m/s2
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