A body of mass 2.8 kg makes an elastic collision with another body at rest and continues to move in the original direction but with 1/3 of its original speed. (a) What is the mass of the other body? (b) What is the speed of the two-body center of mass if the initial speed of the 2.8 kg body was 3.3 m/s?   (a) Number Enter your answer for part (a) in accordance to the question statement Units Choose the answer for part (a) from the menu in accordance to the question statement                                                           This answer has no units° (degrees)mkgsm/sm/s^2NJWN/mkg·m/s or N·sN/m^2 or Pakg/m^3gm/s^3times (b) Number Enter your answer for part (b) in accordance to the question statement Units Choose the answer for part (b) from the menu in accordance to the question statement                                                           This answer has no units° (degrees)mkgsm/sm/s^2NJWN/mkg·m/s or N·sN/m^2 or Pakg/m^3gm/s^3times

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A body of mass 2.8 kg makes an elastic collision with another body at rest and continues to move in the original direction but with 1/3 of its original speed. (a) What is the mass of the other body? (b) What is the speed of the two-body center of mass if the initial speed of the 2.8 kg body was 3.3 m/s?

 

(a) Number Enter your answer for part (a) in accordance to the question statement Units Choose the answer for part (a) from the menu in accordance to the question statement                                                           This answer has no units° (degrees)mkgsm/sm/s^2NJWN/mkg·m/s or N·sN/m^2 or Pakg/m^3gm/s^3times
(b) Number Enter your answer for part (b) in accordance to the question statement Units Choose the answer for part (b) from the menu in accordance to the question statement                                                           This answer has no units° (degrees)mkgsm/sm/s^2NJWN/mkg·m/s or N·sN/m^2 or Pakg/m^3gm/s^3times

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