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    Anyone have an idea of what
     GeVc^{-2} is or like how i can convert that to kilograms
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    I'll help you get started.
    (GeV) / (c^2) = Gigaelectronvolt per speed of light squared

    E = eV

    Use E=mc^2
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    (Original post by DarkEnergy)
    I'll help you get started.
    (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.
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    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?
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    (Original post by AdeptDz)
    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
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    (Original post by DarkEnergy)
    Yes, that is the correct method
    thanks
 
 
 
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