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A Ball of Mass 0.5kg Moving At 10m/s Collide With Another Ball Of Equal mass At Rest.If The Two Balls Move Together After The Impact Calculate Their common Velocity

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  1. conserve momentum:

    0.5*10 + 0.5*0 = (0.5+0.5)*v

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  4. 0.5 (10) = (.5+.5) v V = 5m/s

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