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A cue ball traveling at 0.70 m/!@#$%^&s a stationary 8-ball, which moves off with a speed of 0.23 m/s at an angle of 39° relative to the cue ball's initial direction. Assuming that the balls have equal masses and the collision is inelastic, at what angle will the cue ball be deflected

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