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A blue and a green billiard ball, each with a mass of 0.15 kg, collide directly. Before the collision, the blue ball had a speed of 3 m/s while the green ball had a speed of 2 m/s. After the collision, the green ball stays in place while the blue ball continues in motion.

In 3-4 sentences, represent the situation before and after the collision and calculate the speed of the blue ball after the collision.

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  1. Just wondering how to find speed after collision of blue ball. I’m confused

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  2. Legend has it... Jack is still waiting for an answer 1 year and 2 days later... (keep this going lol)

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