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Posted by Sam on Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 6:31am.

Two masses traveling in the same direction (m1=10kg u1=9ms^-1) (m2=8kg u2=4ms^-1). They both collide and move off together.
What is their resultant velocity after collision.
The loss of kinetic energy.

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