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A 0.250-kg ice puck, moving east with a speed of 5.58 m/s, has a head-on collision with a 0.900-kg puck initially at rest. Assume that the collision is perfectly elastic.

a. What is the **speed** of the 0.250-kg puck after
the collision?

b. What is the direction of the velocity of the 0.250-kg puck after the collision?

c. What is the direction of the velocity of the 0.250-kg puck after the collision?

d. What is the direction of the velocity of the 0.900-kg puck after the collision?

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