Posted by **rohit** on Monday, April 1, 2013 at 6:07am.

You and your friend, both of mass 70 kg, are playing catch with a frisbee on frictionless ice. Initially, you are both at rest. You throw a 0.175 kg frisbee at 10 m/s horizontally at your friend, who catches it. After they catch the frisbee, what is the relative velocity between you and your friend in m/s?

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