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So, I was wondering something about the units used with other units in a equation like e=mc2

For example;

m = 1.67x10^24 grams

c = 292.792.458 m/s

that makes e about 1.437x10^-8

but what is the unit used to represent e in this context?

and what if I used kg in m and km/s in c, what would the unit for e be then?

An explanation would be really appreciated.

Side note:

I just started to get an interest in physics like 2 weeks ago,

and never had any prior education in school or whatever about these sort of things.

nor had any education in maths used with most physics equations (algebra and stuff)

I really find it all very interesting, seen various coursed on youtube by Walter Lewin from MIT, and other channels like Sixty Symbols, veritasium1 and numberphile (and others)

Kind regards and thanks for reading,

AviiNL