Who invented him? God did in April 14, 1629. He invented him at The Hague Netherlands. He invented several things, and his biggest invention is the pendulum clock. And he discovered multiple things, and his biggest discovery was the rings of Saturn.
Who invented it? Isaac Newton gets the credit even though there was a method of calculus in 400 BC Greeks made the method of exhaustion. But Isaac Newton invented it in the 17th century. He invented it at. Europe. How does it work? It joins the small pieces together, and tells us how much of something is made, overall, by a series of changes. Why is it important? Calculus can tell us all about the motion of astronomical bodies, weather patterns, electric and electronic circuits and systems, and the movement of sound and light, to name a few.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek-
Who invented him? God did in 1632. He invented him at Delft, Netherlands. How does he work? Uses a drop of water and makes single lens microscopes. Why is he important? So that we have single lens microscopes and that we know about the micro world.
Who invented him? God did in Jan 4, 1692. Where did God invent him at? Woolsthrope Manor House in the United Kingdom. Why is he important? So that we know Newtons laws of motion, and Newtons law of universal gravitation.