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If the mass of the object is 3.0 kg, what is its final velocity over the 8.0 s time period?

This is the work I've done so far.

F∆t = m∆v

100 * 8.0 = 3.0 * v

v = 266.67

Now 267m/s seems quite high to me. So I think the problem Im having is that I'm reading the graph incorrectly and extrapolating the incorrect force from it. So basically, can anyone tell me if I have the correct amount of force listed down?

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# Homework Help: Force*Time graph with respect to momentum

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