1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Minnie mouse (mass m=37.5g) has run to the top of a curved frictionless wedge (height H1=1.15m) She slides down the track and makes a perfectly elastic collision with mickey mouse (mass m=69.8 g) who is at rest. Mickey flies off the table (height H2= .993 m) above the floor and minnie rebounds to a height H3 before she eventually falls off the table. How far from the edge of the table, X1, does mickey land? How high up, H3, does minnie rebound? How far from the edge of the table, X2, does minnie land? 2. Relevant equations The equation I thought of using was M1V1i+ M2V2i=M1V1f + M2V2f. This is not correct. 3. The attempt at a solution I tried to use the equation above but I do not know the velocity of the system so that made me stop. Is that the equation I use? I do not know where to start on this one because I do not have a starting equation to use.