Q: How did scientist apply Albert Einsteins equation emc2?

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How did scientists apply albert einsteins equation e equals mc2?"

they used it to make nuclear bomb

to develope nuclear power

They developed the nuclear bomb that converts a small amount of mass to a huge amount of energy

Yes. It is a conservation law, showing that mass and energy are only different manifestations of the same thing.

if the scientist didnt apply the new things then the improvement which was made in the past. will be invained.

What role of operations that applies when you are solving an equation does not apply when your solving an inequality?"

the first scientist to apply statistical methods to predict the onset of monsoon in india.

Remains true. But this does not apply to square roots.

The word straight doesn't really apply to an equation. However the graph of a linear equation is a straight line.

This equation has fundamental importance in understanding the nature of our universe, and everything that scientists do in such fields as nuclear physics, high-energy physics, or astro-physics is influenced by it.

The size of the human cells vary widely. The number of molecules will also vary. You have to apply the equation of Albert Einstein. That is E = m*c squared. The number of photons will be astonishingly high.

create a new theory to apply to the research he or she had completed

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Scientists don't actually do the applying. But I guess the most noticeable, mostwidely comprehended demonstrations of " e = mc2" have been the atomic bomband the hydrogen bomb.

Profit = total revenue - total costs is the fundamental mathematical equation for business.

It is often called the "Age of the Mammals"

it provides the equation for the force keeping you up.

Which type of scientist would most likely apply for a job in which he or she would develop a more effective laundry stain remover

In general, if you apply the same operation to both sides of an equation, you get an equivalent equation - at least if you do simple things like adding, subtracting, multiplying by a non-zero number, and dividing by some number.

the world can understand about the knowledge that the scioentist study

A special case happens when the particular formula doesn't apply to a particular equation.

Science is a process (of understanding [of reality]), it applies to ALL branches of science.