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A 64 kg skater, at rest on frictionless ice, tosses a 12 kg snowball with velocity by v = 53i+ 14.0j m/s, where the x- and y- axes are in the horizontal plane. Find x-component v(x) of the subsequent velocity of the skater. As well as Find y-component v(y) of the subsequent velocity of the skater.

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    a 12 kg snowball?? That is quite a snowball! Do you mean 12 g?

    momentum before = 0 = momentum after
    in x direction and in y direction.

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