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A particle of mass m, traveling at a velocity vi, strikes a stationary second object of mass 2m, and the two of them scatter at different angles to the initial direction. The incoming particle scatters at an angle of cos 3 2 5 1 1    . This collision is inelastic, with exactly half of the incoming kinetic energy being lost in the collision. Determine the final velocities of both particles in terms of vi only. N/B Leave your answers in exact form. e.g. 2 rather than 1.414… [10] the question picture is attached again because i couldnt type all the details

A particle of mass m, traveling at a velocity vi, strikes a stationary second object of mass
2m, and the two of them scatter at different angles to the initial direction. The incoming
particle scatters at an angle of cos 3 2 5 1
1
   . This collision is inelastic, with exactly
half of the incoming kinetic energy being lost in the collision. Determine the final velocities
of both particles in terms of vi only.
N/B Leave your answers in exact form. e.g. 2 rather than 1.414… [10]  the question picture is attached again because i couldnt type all the details 

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