Q: Who invented the formula E equals mc2?

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No. E=mc2 is a formula. Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.

Einstein

it is Albert Einsteins most famous formula

M represents Mass

M stands for Mass

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The formula is E=mc2.

No. E=mc2 is a formula. Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.

It was invented in the 20th century

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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

It was NOT discovered , but calculated by Albert Einstein. E= mc^2 Where E = energy 'm' = mass 'c' is the speed of light. Notice how it is closely related to mechanical energy K.E. = (0..5)m v^(2)

He invented the formula E=mc2

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Sir Albert Einstein

The correct formula is E = mc2 (E equals m c squared) and it was coined by Albert Einstein.