Calculate the velocity , Physics

An object of mass 4 kg is moving on a smooth horizontal surface with a velocity of 10 m/s in rightward direction. A horizontal force F which shows in the above figure was applied on the object as approximately for 0.9 seconds.  Using an approximate method calculate the velocity of the object when t = 0.6 sec and t= 0.9 sec.

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