# physics

An 87.0 kg fullback moving east with a speed of 5.0 m/s is tackled by a 83.0 kg opponent running west at 2.92 m/s, and the collision is perfectly inelastic.

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1. Impact = m1*V1-m2*V2=87*5-83*2.92=192.6

m*V = 192.6
V = 192.6/m = 192.6/(87+83) = 1.133 m/s

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