Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Question 426: Weight a second

THis really needs no explanation, just fill in the blank in the last image. Something we all leartn before we knew what it was. This is aongst the most famous derivations in the world, as is the answer.





7 comments:

Crime Master Gogo said...

Don't know what you looking for....
probably E=mc2 ie theory of relativity

Cupidvogel said...

Man, you should have blurred it better! That's such a famous equation and the poor blurring is such a giveaway! It is the relativistic time dilation equation, the blurred 2nd term in the denominator in the 2nd image being (v/c)^2!

Nikhil Kuruganti said...

movement @ speed of light and the weight

SyntaXerroR said...

E=mc2

Aravind V said...

E=m(c^2)

Nagaratna said...

E = mc2 (squared)

Siddarth Pai said...

Asnwer:

Simple e = mc^2 would have sufficed