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# A1.2 kg block slides along a frictionless surface at 1.2 m/s . a second block, sliding at a faster 4.4 m/s , collides with the first from behind and sticks to it. the final velocity of the combined blocks is 3.2 m/s .   ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 22.07.2019 17:10, whatsittoya4261
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