Question

Two blocks of masses m_{1} = 2.00 kg and m_{2} =
4.00 kg are released from rest at a height of h = 5.00 m on a
frictionless track as shown to the right. When they meet on the
level portion of the track, they undergo a head-on, elastic
collision. Determine the maximum heights to which m_{1} and
m_{2} rise on the curved portion of the track after the
collision.

h_{1} = m

h_{2} = m

Answer #1

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