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A bullet of mass \(\rm 8 g\) moving with velocity \(\rm 400 ms^{-1}\) gets embedded in a freely suspended wooden block of mass \(\rm 800 g\). What is the velocity acquired by the block?

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I keep getting \(\rm 4 ms^{-1}\) but my course module says it's \(3.96 \rm ms^{-1}\).
momentum conservation 8 X 400 = 808 X (velocity of wooden block)

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you forgot to consder the masss of the bullet in the wooden block :P
OMG, wait...
Let me try that.
I'm a newb. Thanks!
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