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### exam 3A_111_F05

Course: PHYS 111, Spring 2006
School: NJIT
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111, Exam A Physics 3A Part I. Put the answers to these 12 questions on your SCANTRON sheet. Your answer should be CLOSEST TO THE GIVEN 1) An 1800-kg car stopped at a traffic light is struck from the rear by a 900 -kg car and the two become entangled. If the smaller car was moving at 20m/s before collision, what is the speed of the entangled mass after the collision? a) 6.67 m/s b) 0 m/s c) 10.23 m/s d) 0.67 m/s...

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