A block of mass m=2.20 kg slides down a 30 degree incline which is 3.60 m high.

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A block of mass m=2.20 kg slides down a 30 degree incline which is 3.60 m high. At the bottom, it strikes a block of mass=7.00 kg which is at rest on a horizontal surface in the picture. If the collision is elastic, and friction can be ignored, determine (a)the speeds of the two blocks after the collision, and (b) how far back up the incline the smaller mass will go.
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