1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 280 g rubber ball is hanging from a 27cm long swing in a booth at a carnival. A little girl shoots it with a BB gun in attempt to win a gigantic, stuffed Daffy Duck doll. The mass of each BB is 3g and the muzzle speed of the gun is 21m/s. If the BB penetrates the ball (and gets stuck inside), what is the mass angle of deflection of the ball? 2. Relevant equations p=mv (momentum), conservation of momentum, trigonometry. 3. The attempt at a solution I feel confident that I could solve this using some trig and momentum if I knew what the problem meant-what is an angle of deflection? If it's what I think it is (at what angle they collide) then could there be one if the two are stuck together? Or is it the angle through which the ball swings? Any ideas?