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According to drphysics, as this is not a tensor equation, we need to change it such that it fits general relativity.

G_{μv}= 8πGT_{μv}

T_{00}is the energy density. The conversion of the density(ρ) to T_{00}is it done through E=mc^{2}?

ρ=E/c^{2}

And since is T_{00}, it will be over c^{4}instead of c^{2}. Is this how we add c^{4}to this equation(∇^{2}g_{00}= 8πGρ) as we convert it to its tensor form?

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