How are math and science related with examples?

Most of the basic conclusions of science, known as laws of nature, are expressed in the form of mathematical equations. The most famous of these is Albert Einstein's equation describing the equivalence of mass and energy, which is e = mc2. The English version of that is, energy is equal to mass times the speed of light squared. But there are many other famous and important equations in science, going back to Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation, as well as Newton's definition of force, f = ma, or in English, force equals mass times acceleration. Mathematics is often said to be the language of science. Almost all scientific statements require mathematics.