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Suppose m1 = 9.52 kg, m2 = 11.99 kg and vf = 5.71 m/s. If v1i = 10.1 m/s, what was v2i

Did they stick together? 
Damon
Need to know the whole problem.
Did they collide?
Did the two stick together after collision?
If so
Conservation of momentum
m1 (10.1) + m2 (x) = (m1+m2)(5.71)
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