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Step 1

Given,

m_{1} = 2kg, v_{1} = 4m/s

m_{2} = 1kg, v_{2} = -8m/s

The v_{2 }has a negative sign because both the masses move in opposite direction.

Step 2

The initial momentum of the masses before collision is given by

Step 3

Substituting the value gives t...

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