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To determine the final velocity of an object undergoing constant acceleration, you can use the following equation:

v = u + at

Where: v is the final velocity u is the initial velocity a is the acceleration t is the time

Plugging in the values given in your question:

u = 5 m/s (initial velocity) a = 10 m/s² (acceleration) t = 5 s (time)

Using the equation:

v = u + at v = 5 m/s + 10 m/s² * 5 s v = 5 m/s + 50 m/s v = 55 m/s

Therefore, the final velocity of the object after 5 seconds of acceleration is 55 m/s.

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