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Who coined the equation E=mc^2 and what does it mean?


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John Adney

John Adney

Answered on Oct 03, 2017

Alber Einstein. It means that if on object of mass m moves with the square of speed of light than energy is produced

Michele

Albert Einstein was the first to invent e=mc2. The energy E of a system is equal to its mass m multiplied by c2, the speed of light squared.

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Isabelle

The equation e=mc2 was formulated by the great physicist Albert Einstein. matter contains energy. To quantify this relationship, equation E=mc2 had been formulated. It states the correlation of energy and mass (the sum total of matter that forms a body or an object).

Energy is denoted by E and its unit of measurement is Joule. Mass is denoted by m and its unit of measurement is kilograms or grams. c is the speed of light.

When mass of an object is multiplied by the square of speed of light, then we get the energy contained within to object.

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