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Mark the statement if it accurately describes Isaac Newton’s achievements. A. He was a professor of mathematics at Cambridge University. B. In his book, Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Newton laid out three laws of motion that are still the basis for studying how things move. C. As Newton went on developing his ideas in astronomy, mathematics, and physics, he became very unpopular and was often ridiculed for his works.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
u can choose more than one
anonymous
  • anonymous
i would say a and b
anonymous
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is there a D?

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anonymous
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i think it b and c
anonymous
  • anonymous
no d
anonymous
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because he was never a professor
anonymous
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ill give a medal based on whos correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes he was
anonymous
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it is a and b
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i can back my answers up if you want

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