Two cars approach an intersect

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Two cars approach an intersection at right angles.  Car A has a mass of 1100kg and travels at 8.00m/s north; car B has a mass of 600kg and travels at 10.0m/s east.  Immediately after the collision, car B is observed to move with a velocity of 6.00m/s at 60 degrees north of east.  Find the velocity of car A just after the collision.

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