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Newton invented his laws to describe motion.

the laws of gravity were invented sometime in 1666

Sir Isaac Newton

It was Sir Issac Newton (also invented the unit of weight 'Newtons')

The clue is in the question.

Newton "invented" "applied mathematics" and calculus.

He invented infinitesimal calculus, reflecting telescope and explained gravity. He also invented the newtons. They are the measurement of some forces.

No, Charles Roser invented the fig newton.

Newton was primarily a physicist. He invented calculus in order to understand and explain the laws of physics. He and Leibniz in Germany independently invented the calculus.

He invented the modern telescope that is used in all observatorys (he based if off of Galileo's telescope that used magnifying glass and no mirror, newtons used mirrors)

the person who discovered velocity was newton. so you should look up newtons theory on velocity.

Nothing! Quantum mechanics wasn't invented until well after Newtons death.

10 newtons is 5 newtons (100%) greater than 5 newtons.

He invented "The Calculus". There is some argument regarding who gets the most credit; Leibnitz and others contributed.

10 newtons is a weaker force then 20 newtons

180 Newtons.

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newtons favorite food is chicken pot pie and a side of orange juice. he also like astronaut pie. he invented gravy.

Force is measured in Newtons. Weight is a force, therefore it is also measured in Newtons.Force is measured in Newtons. Weight is a force, therefore it is also measured in Newtons.Force is measured in Newtons. Weight is a force, therefore it is also measured in Newtons.Force is measured in Newtons. Weight is a force, therefore it is also measured in Newtons.

54kg in newtons on earth weighs 529.2 newtons.

1/6 of 100 newtons is 16 2/3 newtons.

On Earth force in newtons equals roughly mass in kilograms x 9,8 newtons per kilogram. Force in newtons = mass in kilograms times 9.8 or mass in kilograms = force in newtons / 9.8. 73 kilograms are 715 newtons.

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45.2 newtons