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According to Einstein’s equation, what mass is equivalent to an energy of
6.7 × 10–14 J? You should use a value for c of 3.0 × 108 m s–1 and give your answer in kilograms, in scientific notation and to two significant figures. thx trigger.

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    E=Mc^2

    massequivalent=E/c^2

    Put this in the google search window:

    6.7E-14 / (3E8)^2

    The units will be in kg

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