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# Two masses approach each other. One mass is 2.5 kg and has a velocity of 7.4 m/s while the second mass is 19.5 kg and has a velocity of -13.8 m/s....

Two masses approach each other. One mass is 2.5 kg and has a velocity of 7.4 m/s while the second mass is 19.5 kg and has a velocity of -13.8 m/s. When they collide, they stick together. What is the velocity of the combined masses after the collision?

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