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Posted by kwaku on Saturday, November 13, 2010 at 1:54pm.

Two objects move on a horizontal frictionless surface along the same line in the same direction which we shall refer to as foward direction. The trailing object of mass 2.0kg has a velocity of 15m/s foward. The leading object of mass 3.2 kg has avelocity of 11m/s foward. The trailing object catces up with the leading object and the two objects exprience a completely inelastic collision. what is the final velocity of the two objects

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