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EGM 3400/3401 Spring 2010 Exam 2 E, rub Name 50 i Lg, .
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velocity v0 when it strikes balls B and C, which are
at rest and aligned as shown. After the collision, the
three balls move in the directions indicated. The
speeds v0 and vc are given as v0 = 12 ft/s and vc= 6.29 ft/s. 1a) (6 points) Draw a diagram for each of the balls showing all impulses during the collision. Only show
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