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E = MC ^ 2

E= energy

M= Mass

c= Speed of light

Energy = mass * square of (speed of light)The other answers are correct -- it means energy = mass times the speed of light squared. The cool thing about the equation, though, is that it means that mass can be translated into energy, and that energy can be translated into mass.

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