1 Answers

**u** (Initial velocity). E=mc2 is the most generally known version of the formula because it is easier to understand and explain which is what Einstein intended.

Physics
2017-01-29T03:02:35+00:00

1 Answers

**u** (Initial velocity). E=mc2 is the most generally known version of the formula because it is easier to understand and explain which is what Einstein intended.

Albert Einsten later came up with this formula years after he had developed and explained the concept. Earlier on the focus was on the amount of mass an object lost if it gave off energy in the form of radiation. Some formula even included

u(Initial velocity). E=mc2 is the most generally known version of the formula because it is easier to understand and explain which is what Einstein intended.