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Part 1: Setting the Scene In 1687, Isaac Newton published the Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica or the Principles of Natural Philosophy. In this work, Newton shows that every body in the universe follows the same universal law of gravitation. This work gave a concrete formula that could be used to predict the motion of…
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Part 2: The Structure of Mathematics You did read Part 1 first, right? The difference between math and science is that they are not built the same. Science happens because we see that something seems to happen over and over again, and we come up with an explanation for why it happens the way…