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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Nuclear Physics
Level: Grade 11
Score: 1
Tags: mass-energy equivalence
Author: kieke
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Grade 11 Nuclear Physics

The best way to explain the contribution Einstein's mass-energy equivalence theory made to the study of nuclear physics is that it
  1. relates energy, mass, and the speed of light.
  2. shows scientists how mass can be converted into pure energy.
  3. describes how much mass is associated with a given amount of energy and how much energy it takes to create a given amount of mass.
  4. showed how all matter had a rest energy.
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