# Impulse Physics

A 2kg car is traveling east at 3 m/s and a 4kg car is traveling west at 6 m/s. Now assume the cars bounce off each other in a perfectly elastic collision. The final velocity of the 2kg car is -4 m/s. Find the direction and velocity of the other car after the collision.

## Related Problems

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