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Posted by **Shawn** on Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 10:24pm.

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**Elena**, Friday, December 21, 2012 at 6:20pmm1•v1+0 = m1•u(1x) +m2•u(2x)

0=-m1•u(1y) + m2•u(2y)

m1•v1 = m1•u1•cos20⁰+m1•u2•cosα

0= - m1•u1•sin20⁰ +m2•u2•sinα .

m1•(v1 -u1•cos20⁰)=m1•u2•cosα, .....(1)

m1•u1•sin20⁰ = m2•u2•sinα ...............(2)

Divide (2) by (1)

tan α = m1•u1•sin20⁰/m1•(v1 - u1•cos20⁰)=

=u1•sin20⁰/(v1- u1•cos20⁰)=

=4.3•0.34/(10.3-4.3•cos20⁰)=0.234.

α = 13.16⁰

u2=m1•v1•sin20/m2•sinα=

=5.8•10.3•0.34/10.9•0.227 = 8.21 m/s

Check me on my math

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