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Two frictionless carts collide and stick together in a perfectly inelastic collision, due to a magnetic or mechanical coupling, on a one-dimensional track. Cart 1 has mass 200 grams and an initial velocity of 2 m/s. Cart 2 has mass 900 g, and is initially stationary. What is the velocity of the two carts together after the collision?

Answer #1

2 air carts collide and stick together. cart one is M1
= 0.755 kg and initial speed of 0.435 m/s the cart to right is
initially at rest with mass m2= 0.300kg.
a.find the velocity of the center of mass before the carts Collide
and stick together
b. find the velocity of the center of mass after the carts Collide
and stick together
c. find the kinetic energy of the system before and after the
Collision

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