I was wondering how to simply solve for E=MC^2. I have basic idea but I just want to check it. You take the mass times the speed of light (in miles per second?) and square that. Over one second that is equal to the number of watts the object could produce. Is that right. If there are any mistakes there please let me know. Thanks!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# B How to simply solve for E=MC^2?

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