A block of mass \(m\) is placed on a rough horizontal floor at position \(A\). This block is to be moved to position \(B\) under the application of a force of constant magnitude \(F\), acting on the block. Find the **minimum** time (in seconds) for which this force should act on the block so that it just reaches \(B\).
Round your answer to the nearest integer.

**Details and Assumptions**

- Consider the block as a point object and it is always in contact with the floor.
- \(m=5 \text{ kg}\), \(F=100 \text{ N}\), \(\overline{AB}=l=1900 \text{ m}\).
- Acceleration due to gravity: \(g=10\text{ m/s}^{2}\).
- Coefficient of friction: \(\mu = 0.5\).

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