In a recent hockey game, one player (m=100kg) was moving at a velocity of 8 m/s when he ran into another player (m=300kg) who was at rest

In a recent hockey game, one player (m=100kg) was moving at a velocity of 8 m/s when he ran into another player (m=300kg) who was at rest (v=0m/s). After the collision, the two players were stuck together (moving with the same velocity). What was their velocity after the collision?

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  1. At first you need the displacement/distance from the point he started to run to the other player
    Buttttttttttt if they were at rest because the force was balanced it could be
    0m/s^2
    Or the other way around
    25m/s^2

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