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To find the time it takes for an object to accelerate from an initial velocity to a final velocity when acceleration is constant, you can use the following equation of motion:

v = u + at

where: v = final velocity u = initial velocity a = acceleration t = time

Rearranging the equation, you can solve for time (t):

t = (v - u) / a

Simply substitute the known values of the final velocity (v), initial velocity (u), and acceleration (a) into the equation to calculate the time (t).

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