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Blocks A (mass 2.0 kg) and B (mass 4.0 kg) are moving toward each other. Block A is traveling to the right with velocity 50 m/s, and block B is traveling to the left with velocity of –18 m/s. They undergo a completely inelastic collision. What percentage of the original kinetic energy of the blocks is lost during the collision?

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Inelastic Collision

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