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Momemtum: 2D Perfectly Inelastic Collision

Problem #: 1 | Variant #: 4

A bird is flying at a speed of 4.22 m/s at a heading of 34.83o N of E. It is grabbed by a 13.35 kg predator flying at a speed of 43.09 m/s at a heading of 8.393o N of E. Immediately after the capture the heading direction of the predator with prey is 8.608o N of E. What is the mass of the prey?

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