Question

A 0.011 kg marble is moving with a velocity of 0.45 m/s to the left
when it collides with a 0.018 kg marble at rest. The first marble
glances off and moves in a direction 15 degrees up from its
direction of motion, with a new velocity of 0.18 m/s.

- Draw a diagram showing the motion of the two marbles before and after the collision.
- For the marble that was initially at rest, determine the momentum after the collision.

Determine the velocity of the same marble after the collision.

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