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A force of 25.0 N is applied in the positive

*x*-direction to a block of mass 8.65 kg, at rest on a frictionless surface.(a)

What is the block's acceleration (in m/s

^{2})? (Indicate the direction with the sign of your answer.)(b)

How fast is it going (in m/s) after 5.50 s?

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