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Physics quest

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Hello folks, I was wondering how I could calculate/find the velocity of an object from an imparted force given its mass. My force is 26 MN, the object is 10 metric tons, or 10kKg, what will the objects velocity be if this force was applied to it rapidly, e.g. like a jab/punch. My goal is to find kinetic energy, however, the calculator I am using works with Force and Mass to find Acceleration, which tells me the object should have an acceleration of 2600 m/s, but of course, I need velocity, is there any way to work back from this to find velocity?

lets assume the object is a basic cube in shape at rest on a flat surface under regular Earth gravity.

lets assume the object is a basic cube in shape at rest on a flat surface under regular Earth gravity.

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