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A particle of mass *m*_{1} = 1.32 kg with an
initial velocity *v*_{1} = 4.56 m/s
has a completely inelastic collision with a second particle of mass
*m*_{2} = 3.68 kg with an initial velocity
*v*_{2} = 3.06 m/s. What is the
velocity of the combined particles immediately after the collision?
(Express your answer in vector form.)

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