Conservation of momentum, Physics

In a pool game a .17kg cue ball traveling at .75 m/s in the plus x direction hits a stationary eight ball. The eight ball moves off with velocity of .25 m/s at an angle of 37 degrees above plus x axis. Assume eight ball is same weight as cue ball. What is angle and velocity os the cue ball
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