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Re: One Aspect Of Einstein's Theory

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Posted by MrOKL on November 21, 2000 18:21:48 UTC

im not too sure how either...i'll post an answer on this later on...meanwhile answer this question of mine:

If E = mc^2

then wat is E^2?

issit:

a) E^2 = (mc^2)^2
b) E^2 = square root mc^2
c) E^2 = mc^2 ^2
d) Neither.

If it is neither, then wat issit?
and wat will it be for E^3, E^4 and so on? is there a pattern?

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