Why is mass multiplied by the speed of light squared in Einstein's famous equation?
a.
Mass is only converted to kinetic energy
c.
Energy is unstable
b.
Mass isn't conserved like energy is
d.
The energy created is moving at the speed of light

Why is mass multiplied by the speed of light squared in Einstein's famous equation?
a.
Mass is only converted to kinetic energy
c.
Energy is unstable
b.
Mass isn't conserved like energy is
d.
The energy created is moving at the speed of light

Why is mass multiplied by the speed of light squared in Einstein's famous equation? a. Mass is only converted to kinetic energy c. Energy is unstable b. Mass isn't conserved like energy is d. The energy created is moving at the speed of light

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User: Why is mass multiplied by the speed of light squared in Einstein's famous equation?
a.
Mass is only converted to kinetic energy
c.
Energy is unstable
b.
Mass isn't conserved like energy is
d.
The energy created is moving at the speed of light

Weegy: The mass multiplied by the speed of light squared in Einstein's famous equation because: The energy created is moving at the speed of light.
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User: A change from one form of energy into another is called
a.
gravitational potential energy.
b.
work.
c.
conservation of energy.
d.
an energy transformation.

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