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A ball with a mass of 0.590 kg is initially at rest. It is struck by a second ball having a mass of 0.390 kg , initially moving with a velocity of 0.275 m/s toward the right along the x axis. After the collision, the 0.390 kg ball has a velocity of 0.185 m/s at an angle of 37.8 ∘ above the x axis in the first quadrant. Both balls move on a frictionless, horizontal surface.

What is the magnitude of the velocity of the 0.590 kg ball after the collision?

What is the direction of the velocity of the 0.590 kg ball after the collision?

What is the change in the total kinetic energy of the two balls as a result of the collision?

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