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How does e. equals m. c. square?


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The correct formula is e equals m c squared. It was derived by the twentieth-century physicist Albert Einstein, in which the letter e represents units of energy, m represents units of mass, and c2 is the speed of light squared, or multiplied by itself. It's also known as the theory of relativity.

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e equals m c squared is the equation developed by Albert Einstein showing the relationship between an object's mass and its potential energy where energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.

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