Muhammad asked in SportsSnooker & Pool · 1 month ago

A billiard table in a bar is set up so that the numbered balls are heavier than the cue ball.A billiard table in a bar is set, physics help?

A billiard table in a bar is set up so that the numbered balls are heavier than the cue ball. A 170 g cue ball is shot at a speed of 3.30 m/s at a 350 g numbered ball at rest, resulting in a perfect elastic collision. What is the final velocity of the cue ball after the collision?

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