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Posted by phethile dlamini on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 8:49am.

a car of mass 1600kg,travelling at a speed of 30ms to the left,collides head-on with 0ms to the right,the two vehicles move together as a unit in a straight line after the collision.calculate the velocity of the two vehicles after collision.2.do the necessary calculation to show that the collision ws inelastic.

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