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No. E = mc2 is not the same as E = (mc)2 which is what the question suggests.

Also, if you know E, why do you need to square anything to "get" E?

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Q: If Albert Einstein came up with the theory that E equals MC2 then if we know what E and M equal too can't we just square MC to get E?
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