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A bowling ball with a mass of 4.0 kilograms is traveling at 8.0 m/s strikes a larger bowling ball with a mass 6.0 kilograms which is at rest. After the collision, the smaller ball moves at an unknown velocity 30.0 degrees above the x-axis and the larger ball moves at an unknown velocity 13.0 degrees below the x-axis. What are the final velocities of each ball?

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