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Posted by Mary on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 8:21pm.

A pool ball initially traveling 5 m/s strikes a second pool ball of identical mass in a totally elastic collision. After the collision the first ball has veered off its original path and is now traveling at 3 m/s. Find the speed and angle of each pool ball after the collision. Consider the initial ball to have been traveling at an angle of 0 degrees.

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