4. A 3.00 kg mud ball has a perfectly inelastic collision with a second mud ball


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May 17th, 2015

V1 =x 

Vf = 3x

M1V1 +M2V2 = (M1+M2) Vf

   3*(3x)  + M2 *0 = (3+ M2) x

9x + 0 = 3x +M2x

6x = M2x

M2 = 6 kg

mass of second mud ball = 6kg 

regarding any clarification plz let me know.

You didn't mentioned what you have to calculate I calculated M2 by own  


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