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When the system as a whole is at rest, the invariant mass is equal to the total energy of the system divided by c2, which is equal to the mass of the system as measured on a scale.
Can a Really, Really Fast Spacecraft Turn Into A Black Hole?  Universe Today

Spacetime is a key component in the stepbystep journey that physicists Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw take in getting to the bottom of the most famous equation in science, Einstein's E = mc2, which says that mass and energy are the same thing, and you can convert from one to the other using a constant, "c2", a number whose value is equal to the square of the speed of light.

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We are more used to seeing the theorem in its algebraic face — a simple sum, with a superscript caveat: a2 + b2 = c2.

You can see that at masses of about 150 GeV/c2 this configuration happened more often than expected.

The bishop moves again and this time it just wins material as 5 Bxf5 Qxf5 threatens the rook on d7 and a deadly check on c2.

In fact, there is an infinite number of numbers a, b and c such that a2 + b2 = c2.

Generally, physicists believe that the Higgs boson will have a mass between 114 and 1,000 GeV/c2.

The LHC will be able to operate at up to 7,000 GeV/c2 on two beams.
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