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Question of the Day: AP Physics C: Mechanics

A 200kg car is traveling west at . It collides with a 150kg car that was at rest. Following the collision, the second car moves with a velocity of  west. Assuming that the collision is elastic, what is the velocity of the first car after the collision?

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