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Suppose a tennis ball moving to the right at 185 km/h hits a moveable target of unknown mass. After the one-dimensional, perfectly elastic collision, the tennis ball bounces to the left with a speed of 80.0 km/h. If the tennis ball's mass is 5.70x10^-2kg, what is the target's mass? (Hint: use the conservation of kinetic energy to solve for the second unknown quantity.)

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# Homework Help: What is the target's mass?

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