Posted by **Alice** on Saturday, December 28, 2013 at 10:51am.

In an elastic 1 -dimensional collision, a mass m1=3 kg with velocity v1 = -4 m/s collides with a mass m2 = 5kg at rest. What are the velocities v1' and v2' after the collision? I would like to your method of solving this problem. Thanks.

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