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Asked Mar 18, 2019

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Find the velocity of v1.

v1=(m+M)/m *(Square root of. (2*gh)

m= 60 g. g= 980 cm/s^{2}

^{M= 222.1. h= 10.95 cm}

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Step 1

Write the equation for the velocity v_{1}.

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Calculate the velocity...

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