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## Homework Statement

*I have the question with a diagram posted in the thumbnail to make things easier.*

## Homework Equations

E = mc²

## The Attempt at a Solution

The homework only had a single example for a question like this so I am not 100% sure how to get the answer. So far I've added the 2 masses:

5.030151g and 5.011267g

Then I subtracted them both 5.030151 – 5.011267 = 0.018884g

Here is where I am stuck. I know that from the example I need to do something like 1.8884 * 10^(input some number here) but I have no clue how to get the number that it should be to the power to. All I know is after this I need to multiply 1.8884 * 10 ^ (?) by 3.8 * 10 ^ 8 to calculate the total amount of energy produced using E = mc²