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A
0.10 kg ball A moves to the right at 0.35 m/s and collides
elastically and perfectly head on with the 0.30 kg ball B that
moves to the rigth at 0.050 m/s. The velocity of ball A after the
callision is?

Answer #1

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Can you please be clear in your anwer and explanation. Thank
You!!

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