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I have this pole with mass M and length L which is on a flat table with no friction. Another particle, which has the same mass M hits him on its edge with velocity V, which is vertical to the pole.

then, the particle sticks to the pole and they move together.

I need to find both the Angular velocity and the regular velocity of the new body.

My question is about the regular velocity, can I use the conservation of linear momentum law and say that mv = 2mv', and to find the regular velocity?

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2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

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# Homework Help: Angular velocity and regular velocity

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