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A small puck with a mass of 0.10 kilograms is sliding in the +x-direction on an air table with an initial speed of 8.0 meters/second. The puck collides with a larger puck that is initially at rest. The larger puck has a mass of 0.40 kilograms. After the collision, the smaller puck has a speed of 3.4 meters/second at an angle of +60° from its original path. The angle made by the larger puck is -35°. What is the x-momentum after the collision if the velocity of the larger puck after the collision is 1.5 meters/second

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ok so you need to use conservation of momentum and some trig here, can you draw a sketch of this?

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or set up a conservation of momentum equation

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idk how to do that

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