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For my final answers I got:

Ball 1:< -2 , 0 >

Ball 2:< 6 , 3.46 >

Ball 3:< 6 , -3.46>

With magnitudes of 2 and 6.928 respectively. I feel like I did the problem correct, and the equations work out right, but intuitively I feel that the first ball shouldn't bounce backwards, but instead continue forward.

For my final answers I got:

Ball 1:< -2 , 0 >

Ball 2:< 6 , 3.46 >

Ball 3:< 6 , -3.46>

With magnitudes of 2 and 6.928 respectively. I feel like I did the problem correct, and the equations work out right, but intuitively I feel that the first ball shouldn't bounce backwards, but instead continue forward.

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