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- 1. E = mc2<br />A biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation <br /> By David Bodanis<br />
- 2. Brief Summary<br />Explores:<br />What does the equation mean:<br />What is Energy?<br />What is Mass?<br />What is the Speed of Light?<br />What are squaring and equality?<br />How Einstein discovered the equation<br />The formula in History<br />
- 3. Energy<br />Through vigorous experiments:<br />He found, as the amount of electricity went up the available magnetism went down<br />Discovered all types of energy are intertwined and can be measured<br />Lead to the Law of Conservation of Energy<br />Michael Faraday<br />
- 4. Mass<br />Perform precise experiments in most controlled conditions of his time with his wife<br />Eventually learn that substances can be burned, squeezed, shredded, but not destroyed. That the total mass throughout the universe remains the same.<br />Lead to the Law of Conservation of Mass<br />Antoine Lavoisier<br />
- 5. Speed Of Light<br />Comes from the Latin word celeritas translated as “swiftness” or “speed”<br />670,616,629 mph (constant used was 670 mil. mph)<br />
- 6. Squared and Equality<br />Robert Recorde<br />Du Châtlete<br />
- 7. Einstein<br /><ul><li> Thinks out of the Box:
- 8. It was THOUGHT that energy and mass were separate, but he connects them with the speed of light
- 9. Shuttle example
- 10. Discovers:
- 11. When someone watches an object recede away from them the object will be seen to undergo mass dilation, length changes, and time dilation.
- 12. Basically means that the mass of one object is a measure of its energy (and vice versa)
- 13. Publishes Theory of Relativity in 1905</li></li></ul><li>The Formula in History<br />Nuclear Weapons<br />The Sun (Payne)<br />Black Holes (Chandrasekhar)<br />Creation and eventual destruction of the Earth<br />
- 14. The Formula in History (Cont.)<br />Eiffel Tower<br />Smoke Detectors<br />Exit Signs<br />Pet Scans<br />Radiation Treatments<br />Cobalt<br />Carbon Dating<br />Carbon 14<br />
- 15. Alisa White<br />F period AP World<br />

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