A toy car having mass
collides inelastically with a toy train of mass
Before the collision, the toy train is moving in the positive x-direction with a velocity of
and the toy car is also moving in the positive x-direction with a velocity of
Immediately after the collision, the toy car is observed moving in the positive x-direction with a velocity of
A block with mass
is sliding in the positive x-direction at
on a frictionless surface when it collides elastically in one dimension with a stationary block with mass
Determine the velocities,
of the objects after the collision.
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The given values are,
Apply consevartion of momentum, and solve for the final velocity of the toy train (Vf).
The total kinetic energy of the toy car-train system before c...
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