This resource contains images of Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz. In the history of math and science, few conflicts have obtained the notoriety of the dispute between these two men. At the heart of the dispute is the issue of who created calculus.
As you guide your students through the rigors of calculus and other math courses, don’t neglect to share the intrigue of this conflict.
This resource includes six images/clips to help you share the story;
Isaac Newton in black/white, in color and a signature.
Gottfried Leibniz in black/white, in color and a signature.
Images are PNG / 300 dpi
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