E = m*c^2 as Symbolic Equation

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JPS on 12 Sep 2020
Answered: madhan ravi on 12 Sep 2020
I have been learning to use Symbolic Equations in MATLAB. I stumbled upon this question of writing Einstein's Mass Energy Equation in MATLAB. I tried the following code.
syms E m c
lhs = E
rhs = m * c^2
EinsteinEquation = lhs == rhs
But the output has been E = c^2 * m.
Why does this occur?
How to display the equation as I want it to be?

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 12 Sep 2020
Note: Don’t name a variable *lhs and rhs, there exist functions already.

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