Kath P.

asked • 11/29/13

Einstein's famous formula states that E = mc squared. Rewrite the formula with c as the subject.

Einstein's famous formula states that E = mc squared. Rewrite the formula with c as the subject.
please help and show all your working out! 
Thank you very much!! 

Bob A.

This is something I always have my physics students do.
Then tell me the meanings of each equation and which one they think is the "real" equation.
E = mc2 <= the mass of the universe and speed of light determine how much energy is in the universe.
m = E/c2 <= the energy in the universe and speed of light determine how much mass there is
c = √(E/m) <= the ratio of energy to mass in the universe determines the sped of light
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