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Many people think that scientists make make great discoveries only while they are working hard in a laboratory. But sometimes scientists, mathematicians, and inventors find the answers to difficult problems while they are relaxing or even sleeping. For example, the great physicist Isaac Newton had been trying for a long time to discover the laws of gravity. For a while his work went well, and he worked out two of the laws.But then he seemed to come to a dead end.Finally, one day , as he was relaxing under an apple tree, an apple landed on the ground in front of him. The falling apple apple gave him the clue he needed, and the last of the laws of the laws of gravity fell into place, too. の英語訳をよろしくお願いします!

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多くの人々は、科学者は研究所で熱心に仕事をしているときにだけ偉大な発見をするのだと思っています。 しかし、ときには科学者や数学者、発明家は困難な問題に対する答えをくつろいでいるときや眠っているときにさえ発見することがあるのです。 たとえば、偉大な物理学者であるアイザック・ニュートンは長い間重力の法則を解明しようと試みてきました。 しばらくは彼の仕事は順調に進み、法則のうちの二つを解明しました。 しかし、そこで彼は行き詰まりに直面したように見えました。 最終的に、ある日彼がりんごの木の下でくつろいでいたところ、りんごが彼の前方の地面に落ちました。 この落下するりんごが彼が必要としていた手がかりを彼にもたらし、重力の法則の最後の部分が完成したのです。

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