J = m(vf - v0)
The initial velocity, v0 = v i
The final velocity, vf = 2vj
1. Find the magnitude of the impulse J delivered to the particle. Express your answer in terms of m and v. Use three significant figures in the numerical coefficient.
2. Which of the vectors below best represents the direction of the impulse vector J?
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