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A frictionless sphere of mass 10.0 kg is moving to the left at 5.00 m/s. It goes up a slight frictionless incline (my simulation has a height of 5.00 m and a horizontal length of 130.0 m). The mass of the incline is 15.0 kg and both objects are on a frictionless surface. The incline is initially at rest. Determine:

a) The max vertical displacement reached by the sphere, and the velocities of the sphere and the incline at that time.

b) The velocities of the incline and the sphere when the sphere is back on the frictionless surface.

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