Need help with installing drivers for wifi adapter USB-AC54_B1

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i am new to Linux and i have the ASUS USB-AC54_B1 Wi-Fi adapter but it doesn’t seem to be working and i assume it’s because i don’t have the drivers installed.
Because i am a noob with this, your help would be kindly appreciated
If this helps, here is the link for the adapter:

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