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    Most Influential Scientists of All Time - Sir Isaac Newton all questions and answers

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    1 of 10: Where did Newton become a student in 1616?
    A) Oxford (24%)
    B) Jesus College (12%)
    C) Trinity College (64%)
    Answer : C
    2 of 10: In 1666, Newton discovered that white light is composed of:
    A) Green and Red Light (10%)
    B) White Photons (14%)
    C) A Spectrum of All the Colors of Light (76%)
    Answer : C
    3 of 10: Newton's first paper presented to the Royal Society detailed his research into which field?
    A) Calculus (17%)
    B) Gravity (44%)
    C) Optics (59%)
    Answer : C
    4 of 10: Which astronomer encouraged Newton to publish his work on gravity?
    A) Robert Hooke (22%)
    B) Johannes Kepler (37%)
    C) Edmund Halley (41%)
    Answer : C
    5 of 10: What did Newton's third law of motion state?
    A) The Universe is Composed of Space-time (6%)
    B) A Body in Motion Tends to Stay in Motion (9%)
    C) To Every Action There is Always Opposed an Equal Reaction (84%)
    Answer : C
    6 of 10: Newton suffered a nervous breakdown in what year?
    A) 1688 (22%)
    B) 1702 (25%)
    C) 1693 (54%)
    Answer : C
    7 of 10: In 1704, Newton published which work?
    A) Propositiones De Motu (20%)
    B) Novum Organum (16%)
    C) Opticks (65%)
    Answer : C
    8 of 10: With which European mathematician did Newton quarrel in the early 1700s?
    A) The Philosopher's Stone (15%)
    B) Universal Gravitation (27%)
    C) Gottfried Von Leibniz (58%)
    Answer : C
    9 of 10: Which 20th-century scientist modified Newtonian physics?
    A) Edwin Hubble (11%)
    B) Richard Feinman (16%)
    C) Albert Einstein (73%)
    Answer : C
    10 of 10: Newton's book Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy was first published in?
    A) 1681 (18%)
    B) 1686 (28%)
    C) 1687 (54%)
    Answer : C

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