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  Newtonian mechanics is the original version of the physical discipline of mechanics, due to Sir Isaac Newton, who developed the theory over a period from about 1664, until the publication of his great work, known as the Principia, in 1687. 
  While Newton chose to present the work in classical geometric form, for acceptance, much of the foregoing development of the theory was actually based on his invention of the calculus of infinitesimals, as a new discipline of mathematics. 
  Isaac Newton's mathematical studies led him to the development of the Newtonian Kinematics, which involve the movement of objects due to its moved distance, initial and final velocities, acceleration, and elapsed time. 
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