Question

A car with a mass of 1,400 kg and a speed of 15 m/s heading
north approaches an intersection. At the same time, a minivan with
a mass of 1,800 kg and speed of 22 m/s heading east is also
approaching the intersection. The car and the minivan collide and
stick together. **What is the velocity of the wrecked
vehicles just after the collision?** Ignore friction between
the tires and the surface of the road. (**Enter the magnitude
in m/s and the direction in degrees counterclockwise from due
east.**)

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