M = mass
Einstein developed the E = mc squared formula.
I don't know who came up with E = mc, but Einstein came up with E = mc2.
Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.
It means that a + n + mc + cg = 0
C is the speed of light.
No, not as science currently understands.
m = E/c^2
speed of light
He did not use any databases to come up with E=mc^2.
c = the speed of light.
C = speed of light
e=mc2 (e equals mc squared)