Answer these questions using the reading that is attached

  1. Leucippus and Democritus believed that the world was populated by nothing but atoms
    floating in void. Why did they think that atoms could not move without void? How did their
    view explain phenomena like density? Why did their contemporaries (i.e. the pre-Socratics
    and their successors) reject the idea of void unfilled by matter? Aristotle’s theory of motion
    (understood as “change of place”) is, by contrast, unable to account for the possibility of
    regions of void. Explain Aristotle’s theory of motion, and outline some of the ways it breaks
    down/becomes complicated when we try to account for motion through a pocket of void. Is
    Newton’s theory able to make sense of void? How so?

it has to be 2-3 paragraphs long so about 1 page double spaced

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