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Posted by **Alex** on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 12:38am.

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**Elena**, Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 1:34pmm1=0.395 kg, h=1.5 m, m2= 0.65 kg, H=?

m1•g•h=m1•v ²/2

v =sqrt(2•g•h)=sqrt(2•9.8•1.5)=5.4 m/s

m1•v = m1•v1+m2•v2

For the case of elastic collision

v2=2 •m1•v/(m1+m2)= =2•0.395•5.4/(0.395+0.65) =2.67 m/s

m2•v2 ²/2= m2•g•H

H= v2 ²/2•g=2.67²/2•9.8=0.36 m

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