anonymous
  • anonymous
PLEASE HELP METAL AND FAN Mark the statement if it accurately describes Isaac Newton’s achievements. A. His theory of universal gravitation revolutionized astronomy. B. He invented a new branch of mathematics called geometry. It could be used to calculate the speed, direction, and position of moving bodies like the planets. C. He discovered white light was made up of the many different colors of the spectrum.
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schrodinger
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Lexi724
  • Lexi724
Isaac Newton's theory of universal gravitation revolutionized astronomy. His theory of gravity led to a drastic change in physics, mathematics, and the general study of the universe and natural laws.
anonymous
  • anonymous
a?
Lexi724
  • Lexi724
yes, A

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yay thanks
Lexi724
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No problem
anonymous
  • anonymous
its a multiple choice question is there any more?
Lexi724
  • Lexi724
Not sure what you mean
anonymous
  • anonymous
there can be more than one answer

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