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2021-12-16
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A 23.0 g ball is fired horizontally with initial speed v0 toward a 110 g ball that is hanging motionless from a 1.00 m -long string. The balls undergo a head-on, perfectly elastic collision, after which the 110 g ball swings out to a maximum angle $\theta}_{max}={51.0}^{\circ$

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