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A block of wood (10-kg) at rest is hit by a bullet (50-g) that embeds itself in the block and causes both to now move at 2.7-m/s eastward. What is the initial velocity of the bullet?

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    conservation of momentum applies
    mV+M*0=(M+m)2.7
    solve for V

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