< question 3 of 4 nate the skate was an avid physics student whose main non-physics interest in life was high-speed skateboarding. in particular, nate would often don a protective suit of bounce-tex, which he invented, and after working up a high speed on his skateboard, would collide with some object. in this way, he got a gut feel for the physical properties of collisions and succeeded in combining his two passions. on one occasion, the skate, with a mass of 117 kg, including his armor, hurled himself against a 825 kg stationary statue of isaac newton in a perfectly elastic linear collision. as a result, isaac started moving at 1.95 m/s and nate bounced backward. what were nate's speeds immediately before and after the collision? (enter positive numbers). ignore friction with the ground.
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