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Block A (mass = 3 kg), moving at 10 meters per second, collides with stationary Block B (mass = 5 kg). If the collision is inelastic, what will be the final speed of the connected blocks?

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    m1•v1+ 0 =(m1+m2) •V,
    V = m1•v1/(m1+m2) = 3•10/8=3.45 m/s

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