E = M C^2s
Name: ryan ha
Date: Around 1995
What does E=MC^2 equal?
It means that anything with mass has energy locked up in that mass and that
the amount of energy is the mass times the speed of light squared. If you
could convert all the mass to energy, that is how much energy you would get.
The usual metric units are: mass in kg; energy in joules; and speed of
light (c) in meters/sec (10^8 m/s).
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