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anonymous

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diffrentiate between scalar and vector?

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  1. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    quite simple!! we get to know about diretion of motion by vetor quantity bt scaler merely gives the magnitude!!

  2. lalaly
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    vector: Magnitude and direction Scalar: only magnitude

  3. anonymous
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    a vector depends on the direction and the magnitude whereas scalar does not depend on direction e.g. distance is scalar while displacement is vector

  4. anonymous
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    Scalar : just a Simple Number with (+/-) Signs Vector : a Scalar with a Degree which it means : Magnitude & Direction

  5. anonymous
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    scalar quantity has only magnitude. but vector quantity has both direction and magnitude

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