Modern physics

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we find ourselves in a new universe where the rules of relativity still are valid, but aplace in which physical constants may have new values. For instance, in this new universe, a 1 kg mass is now equivalent to 4x10^15 joules. In this new universe, at what approximate speed in M/sec will light travel in a vacuum?
 

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Doc Al
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E=mc^2?

I presume they want you to deduce from Einstein's E=mc2, what the new speed of light (c) must be. Give it a try.
 

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