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Remember: E=mc2 = Energy equals mass multiplied by the speed of light squared.

It depends on the mass. eg. mass: 50. 50x90000000000=4500000000000

50 units of mass multiplied by the speed of light squared (90000000000) equals

4500000000000 units of energy.

If the mass is different, you would get different results. It all depends on the mass.

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