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Two cars collide head on and stick together. The one moving East was going 20.00 m x sec-1 and had a mass of 1500.0 kg. The one heading West was going 25.00 m x sec-1 and had a mass of 1000.0kg. I n which direction were the two cars moving and how fast were they moving?

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