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8. Two identical billiard balls can move freely on a horizontal table. Ball A has a velocity Vo = 1 m/s as shown and hits ball B, which is at rest, at a Point C defined by 0 = 30°. Knowing that the coefficient of restitution between the two balls is e = 0.8 and assuming no friction: i) Show an appropriate coordinate system to solve the problem ii) Clearly write down the momentum conservation and other relevant equation(s) iii) Determine the velocity of Ball A after impact iv) Determine the velocity of Ball B after impact v) How much is the loss of energy due to the impact? (35 points) A C 11 Vo = 1 m/s

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