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what is the actual equation of e=mc^2? this is only the simplified equation, and i have forgotten the actual one already...
Originally posted by alchemist
what is the actual equation of e=mc^2? this is only the simplified equation, and i have forgotten the actual one already...
The equation e=mc^2 represents the relationship between mass and energy, stating that energy (e) is equal to the mass (m) of an object multiplied by the speed of light (c) squared.
The equation e=mc^2 was developed by Albert Einstein as part of his theory of special relativity in 1905.
The equation e=mc^2 has been used in various scientific fields, such as nuclear physics, cosmology, and energy production. It is also a fundamental equation in understanding the relationship between matter and energy.
The speed of light (c) is a constant in the equation e=mc^2, meaning that it remains the same regardless of the frame of reference. This constant allows us to relate mass and energy, and it also shows that energy and mass are interchangeable.
Yes, the equation e=mc^2 can be applied to all objects, including subatomic particles, atoms, and even larger objects. However, the effects of this equation are most noticeable in objects with large amounts of mass and/or moving at high speeds.