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# Abumper car with a mass of 250 kg is traveling at a speed of 4 m/s. this bumper car collides and sticks to a second bumper car with a mass of 250 kg, which is initially at rest. what is the final speed of these two bumper cars after the collision, assuming they remain stuck together?

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