Hank Curci, MS Mathematics Stanford University, Derives Einstein’s Energy Equation ( E=MC2.. .C squared ) Using High School Algebra Only


Hank Curci, MS Mathematics Stanford University, Derives Einstein’s Energy Equation ( E=MC2.. .C squared ) Using High School Algebra Only

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Hank Curci, MS Mathematics Stanford University, Derives Einstein’s Energy Equation ( E=MC2.. .C squared  ) Using High School Algebra Only

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EINSTEIN’S EQUATION E=MC2

The algebraic derivation of Einstein’s Energy Equation of E = MC2 for an electron traveling close to the speed of light is as follows:

 

The classical energy equation can be written as:

 

1)         ENERGY = FORCE x TIME x SPEED                E                F           T           S                                             OR    E = FTS

 

            Further, FORCE (F) can be written as:                   F = SPEED x RATE  or  F = SR                             S           R

 

                                  And

                   R = MASS(M)  or  R = M                          TIME(T)                T

 

             Substituting M for RATE(R)                                T             In F = SR we have:

 

                  F = S M     and     From (1) above, E = FTS becomes:

 

2)          E = S M     x     TS                                        FORCE        DISTANCE

 

 

            Hence the…

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