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Posted by Joan on Sunday, January 16, 2011 at 12:27am.

Two objects collide and bounce off one another. After the collision, object m1 = 1.67 kg moves off at 14.5 m/s at a heading of 327 degrees. Object m2 = 1.66 kg moves off at 8.9 m/s at a heading of 211 degrees. Initially, m2 was traveling at 11.8 m/s at a heading of 318 degrees. What must have been the initial velocity of m1? Give the speed for your first answer and the compass heading for your second answer.

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