Figure 9-73 shows an overhead view of two particles

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Problem 84

Figure 9-73 shows an overhead view of two particles sliding at constant velocity over a frictionless surface. The particles have the same mass and the same initial speed v ! 4.00 m/s, and they collide where their paths intersect. An x axis is arranged to bisect the angle between their incoming paths, such that u ! 40.0#. The region to the right of the collision is divided into four lettered sections by the x axis and four numbered dashed lines. In what region or along what line do the particles travel if the collision is (a) completely inelastic, (b) elastic, and (c) inelastic? What are their final speeds if the collision is (d) completely inelastic and (e) elastic?

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