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A bullet (15 g) is shot horizontally into a block of wood (600 g), which is hanging in the end of a 300 cm weightless rope. The collision is fully inelastic. Calculate the velocity of the
bullet, if the rope makes an angle of 45 degree to the vertical when it is at the highest position.

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