Einstein developed the E = mc squared formula.
M = mass
E=MC squared was Einstein's formula for splitting the atom. Energy = mass X speed of light squared
e=mc2 (e equals mc squared)
No, not as science currently understands.
E=MC2 means Energy equals Mass times the speed of light squared.
C = speed of light
By the equation e=mc(squared) which says energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.
Energy=Mass xC2 What does the C stand for?
I'm pretty sure it was Einstein....
Energy = mass x speed of light(squared)
The 2 stands for squared . So in all the formula is : Energy equals the mass times the constant (Speed of light) squared. The 2 squares the formula.
C stands for the speed of light, which is 299,792,458 meters per second.
c in E=mc squared meaqns the speed of light
E=Mc2 (E equals MC squared) What it really means is that energy and matter/mass are the same thing. Einsteins own words. Energy equals matter times the speed of light times its self (squared).