1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two identical objects, A and B, both with the same mass of M, move in the same direction (right) on a horizontal, frictionless surface. Object A is to the left of object B, and is moving at velocity 3V, while object B is moving at velocity V, so A will eventually collide with B. a) Determine the total momentum of this system, in terms of M and V. b) Assuming the collision is inelastic, what is the speed of the two objects after colliding? 2. Relevant equations P=MV 3. The attempt at a solution Since it's inelastic, the momentum and kinetic energy are conserved. But I don't know how to apply 2 masses since I'm only used to doing one.