What is the meaning of E=MC2?

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E=MC2 is a formula that indicates that energy always exhibits relativistic mass in spite of the form that it takes. In this equation, E is energy, M is mass and C is the speed of light when it is in a vacuum.
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E is the amount of energy in an atom or molecule of a substance. M is the mass or the amount of that substance. C is the speed of light that never changes and is equal to 299,792,458
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The equation Einstein discovered between energy and mass(E=mc²) states that matter and energy
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E = mc². Einstein's famous equation says that mass (m) is equivalent to energy (E) The recognition that the two quantities are related was Einstein's stroke of genius. The speed
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E=mc^2 is Einstein’s famous equation. Matter (mass) can be converted to energy. This equation tells us how much energy is released by the total conversion of a unit of mass.
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