Newton didn't invent gravity. He was simply the first one to
clearly recognize it
for what it is, and to describe it mathematically.
Sir Isaac Newton discovered the laws governing gravity in 1650
isaac newton did not invent gravity he had a law for it. -Objects at rest will remain at rest unless it is moved by a force-
Isaac Newton didn't invent anything he actually discovered Gravity. If he did invent something, woops.
No Isaac Newton did not invent a gas stove. He invented a telescope. He worked on color theory with prisms. theory of gravity, and calculus.
he didn't invent gravity he discovered it
He didn't invent anything he found out about Gravity.
No, Isaac Newton did not invent rainbow. He discovered gravity. Rainbows are natural phenomenon which have been observed bu humans over time; they weren't invented by someone.
He invented the laws of motion and worked out the laws of gravity.
He didn't invent Gravity, he discovered it... He was curious what makes things fall to Earth. Like the apple that fell on his head....
Isaac Newton did study gravity. Yes.
No Isaac Newton did not invent the branch of geometry. Isaac Newton actually invented modern calculus in the 17th century.
He discovered gravity by an apple falling on his head so then he researched it .
Isaac Newton did not invent the newton metre, it was named after and in honour of him.
Calculus and lots of laws of physics. The only thing he really invented was the reflecting telescope. He did not invent gravity but he discovered the existence of gravity.
Isaac newton discovered gravity in 1832 and had it published in 1899