1. ## E= mc2

I would like to ask native speakers of English how Ainsteins famaous equation "E = mc2" is pronounced.

2. ## Re: E= mc2

We usually pronounce it "E equals M C squared".

3. ## Re: E= mc2

Thank you very much, rewboss

I would also like to know similarly " E = mgh = 1/2mv2" and "y = m3 * t4"

Thank you very much.

4. ## Re: E= mc2

Well, as you have written the first equation, it's ambiguous. What does it mean?

E = mgh = (1/2)mv²
E = mgh = 1/(2mv²)
...or something else?

I think the other equation is "Y equals M cubed times T to the power of four".

5. ## Re: E= mc2

Oh sorry, I would like to know the pronouciation of "E = mgh = (1/2)mv²"
Because it is difficult for me

6. ## Re: E= mc2

I would say: E equals M G H equals one-half times M V squared.

You could also write it like this:

Code:
```      mv²
E=mgh=---
2```
and then it would be: E equals M G H equals M V squared over two.

7. ## Re: E= mc2

Great!!! Thank you very much, rewboss.

I will try an example. Please corret as necessary.

x 7
Y = 3 * t 5 * -----
4

Y eauals three times t to the power of 5 times x to the power of seven over four ?

Thank you very much.

8. ## Re: E= mc2

The eauation above hasn't appeared well

I mean " Y = 3 * t5 * x 7 / 4

9. ## Re: E= mc2

Originally Posted by Progress
Y eauals three times t to the power of 5 times x to the power of seven over four ?
That would look like this:

Code:
```     5   7/4
Y=(3t )(x   )```
If that's the equation you're trying to describe, you got it right.

10. ## Re: E= mc2

Oh, I meant

Y=(3 * t5)(1/4 * x7 )

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