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I don't know how to do this problem :S

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PhysicFailure

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I don't know how to do this problem :S

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the things you need to know to solve the problem are:

*a watt has units: J/s*

E(in joules) [tex]= mc^{2}[/tex] <---this is the equation you should use to calculate how much mass is required to be converted.

[tex]c = 2.9979 x 10^{8}[/tex]m/s <---speed of light.

E(in joules) [tex]= mc^{2}[/tex] <---this is the equation you should use to calculate how much mass is required to be converted.

[tex]c = 2.9979 x 10^{8}[/tex]m/s <---speed of light.

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