Posted by **ABC** on Tuesday, January 1, 2013 at 10:22am.

On a frictionless table, a 3kg block moving 4m/s to the right collides with an 8kg block moving 1.5m/s to the left. If the blocks stick together, what is the final velocity? How much mechanical energy is dissipate in the collision?

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