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Two dimensional collision problem. At an intersection, car A is heading east at 90 km/h. Car A has a mass of 1500-kg. Car B is heading south at 60km/h. Car B has a mass of 3000 kg. If they stick together, what is the direction of motion of the cars after collision?

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a car of 1500 kilograms traveling at 90 km/h toward the East
suddenly hits a 3000 kg car traveling at 60 km/h toward the south.
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direction of motion

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