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Problem 88 Easy Difficulty

A blue puck with mass 0.0400 $\mathrm{kg}$ , sliding with a velocity of magnitude 0.200 $\mathrm{m} / \mathrm{s}$ on a frictionless, horizontal air table, makes a perfectly elastic, head-on collision with a red puck with mass $m$ , initially at rest. After the collision, the velocity of the blue puck is 0.050 $\mathrm{m} / \mathrm{s}$ in the same direction as its initial velocity. Find (a) the velocity (magnitude and dircction) of the red puck after the collision; and (b) the mass $m$ of the red puck.

Answer

(a) $v_{B 2}=0.250 \mathrm{m} / \mathrm{s}$ in the same direction of the blue puck
(b) $m=0.0240 \mathrm{kg}$

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Yeah, Here for the solution. Step and identify for elastic realism the moment Tom and energy are conserved for the next step. Setup. Giving data Mars off Blue pack It is M B called to 0.400 program. Initial velocity of blue pack VB one equal to 0.200 m per second initial velocity of red but we are one equal to zero. Final velocity of blue pack VB two equal to 0.50 m per second. Now execute for the party from the condition of plastic coalition When one body initially are addressed, we are tickled to be b one plus b b two. By substituting the value, we get 0.200 m per second plus 0.50 m per second. And from here we get We are to this zero point 250 m per second. Now for the part B now for the elastic collision with one body initial addressed from the velocity expression after the coalition, it is m r equal to Ambien bracket to vb one by. We are two minus one here By substituting the value we get 0.400 kg in bracket too. Multiply by 0.200 m per second, divided by zero my 00.250 m per second minus one. And by solving this week at 0.24 telegram. So this is the complete solution. Step by step. Please go through this. Thank you.

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