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Lillian (mass 46.0 Kg) standing on slippery ice catches her leaping dog (mass 15 kg) moving horizontally at 4.0 m/s. What is the speed of lillian and her dog after the catch.

momentumdoginitial=momenumCombinationafter
15*4=(46 +15)v
solve for v.

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