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Ball 1, with a mass of 110 g and traveling at 11 m/s , collides head on with ball 2, which has a mass of 350 g and is initially at rest.

A) What is the final velocity of the ball 1 if the collision is perfectly elastic?

B) What is the final velocity of the ball 2 if the collision is perfectly elastic?

C) What is the final velocity of the ball 1 if the collision is perfectly inelastic?

D) What is the final velocity of the ball 2 if the collision is perfectly inelastic?

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rest.
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B) what is the final velocity of the ball 2 if the collison is
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