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While playing a game of billiards, your 0.50 kg cue ball, travelling at 1.9 m/s, glances off a stationary 0.30 kg billiard ball so that the billiard ball moves off at 1.3 m/s at an angle of 32º clockwise from the cue ball’s original path. What is the final speed of the cue ball?

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    i got .41 m/s

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    my bad i messed up the real answer i got is v= 1.3 m/s

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