Posted by **Christina** on Sunday, October 31, 2010 at 12:22pm.

a 10 kg ball moving due west at 2m/sec collides with a 4kg ball that is moving due east at 3 m/sec. You determine that immediately after the collision the 10 kg ball is moving due west at 0.57 m/sec.

A) this probably IS a Totally inelastic collision

B) this definitely is NOT a Totally inelastic collision

C) More information is needed to determine the likely nature of the collision.

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