Newton’s laws of motion are the cornerstone of mechanics and serve as the fundamental principles upon which nearly all other physics topics are built. These laws were developed by Sir Isaac Newton, a renowned mathematician and physicist who made significant contributions to various fields of science. In 1666, at the young age of 23, Newton formulated the theory of gravitation. Newton’s laws of motion were revolutionary in the scientific community. They, along with Kepler’s Laws, provided an explanation for the motion of planets in elliptical orbits rather than perfect circles. Newton’s approach simplified the treatment of massive bodies by treating them as mathematical points devoid of size or rotation. This allowed him to disregard factors such as friction, air resistance, temperature, and material properties. By focusing solely on mass, length, and time, Newton could concentrate on phenomena that could be described in these terms. This book entitled “Newton’s Laws and Motion” provides an overview of the current research and development related to Newton’s three laws of motion, which are the fundamental principles of classical mechanics.

# Newton’s Laws and Motion

**Author:**Clyde Pippin**ISBN:**9788119205837**Subject:**PHYSICS/LAW**Binding:**H.B**1st Edition:**2024**Pages:**256