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An 85.0 kg man playing hockey catches a puck moving at 25.0 m/s. The man is initially at rest. The man and the puck move together after the collision. The puck's mass is 0.16 kg. What is the final velocity?

A. 4.00 m/s
B. 1.00 m/s
C. 13.6 m/s
D. 0.05 m/s

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  1. .16*25=(85+.16)V

    V=about 16*25/100*85=4/100=about .05

    answer D

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