Posted by **Jonny** on Thursday, November 8, 2007 at 3:10pm.

Consider a perfectly elastic collision between two objects of equal mass. Object 1 is initially moving with a velocity v = 4.33 m/s while object 2 is at rest. What are the final velocities after the collision? Enter the final velocity of object 1 first.

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