Posted by **Scott** on Thursday, February 3, 2011 at 9:30pm.

two cars, one with mass m1=1000kg and the other with mass m2= 4000kg crash in an intersection. Before the crash, car m1 was headed east with a speed of v1i= 25 m/s and the car m2 was headed north with a speed of v2i= 10m/s. After the crash, the cars stick together. what is the speed of the 2-car wreck after the collision and with what angle does it leave the crash point?

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