1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The two identical steel balls A and B moving with initial velocities VA = 6 m/s and VB = 8 m/s collide, as shown in figure Q4. If the coefficient of restitution is e = 0.7, determine the magnitude and direction of the velocity of each ball just after impact. (See Attachment, Question 4) 3. The attempt at a solution Calculate the y-component of VA. VA(y) = 6*cos(30) = -5.196 m/s (Since it is travelling in the -y direction) e = (VB' - VA')/(VA - VB) Where: (VB' - VA') is the relative velocity of separation after impact (m/s) (VA - VB) is the relative velocity of approach (m/s) e is the coefficient of restitution 0.7 = (VB' - VA')/(-5.196 - 8) 0.7*(-5.196 - 8) = (VB' - VA') -9.2372 = (VB' - VA') Is this method correct so far? If so, I don't know where to go from here.