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1. Anyone have an idea of what
is or like how i can convert that to kilograms
(GeV) / (c^2) = Gigaelectronvolt per speed of light squared

E = eV

Use E=mc^2
3. (Original post by DarkEnergy)
(GeV) / (c^2) = Gigaelectronvolt per speed of light squared

E = eV

Use E=mc^2
oh Yh thanks, just didnt realise GeV - was (Giga)eV thanks again.
4. Last thing so if its asking for resting energy (E)
0.106 GeVC^-2 shows this right:
m = 0.106GeV/c^2
So now all i have to do is convert 0.106GeV to eV then joules then that is the answer right?
Last thing so if its asking for resting energy (E)
0.106 GeVC^-2 shows this right:
m = 0.106GeV/c^2
So now all i have to do is convert 0.106GeV to eV then joules then that is the answer right?
Yes, that is the correct method
6. (Original post by DarkEnergy)
Yes, that is the correct method
thanks

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