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Posted by tmigs on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 at 6:36pm.

Two identical particles, each of mass 1400 kg, are coasting in free space along the same path. At one instant their separation is 30.0 m and each has precisely the same velocity of 820 m/s. What are their velocities when they are 4.00 m apart?

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