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This post categorized under Vector and posted on July 22nd, 2019.

Vectors are quantities that are fully described by both a magnitude and a direction. The remainder of this lesson will focus on several examples of vector and scalar quantities (distance displacement speed velocity and acceleration).Vector quantities however refer to both the direction of the mediums movement as well as the measurement of the scalar quantity. IncreaseDecrease in Temperature - The measurement of the mediums temperature is a scalar quantity the measurement of the increase or decrease in the mediums temperature is a vector quantity.Scalar quantities are described fully with magnitude only. Drag each of these quantities to its corresponding box depending on whether it is a scalar or a vector.

What is a vector Definition . A vector is a quantity which has a magnitude and a direction. If a quantity has only a magnitude it is called scalar. Mass volume and temperature are examples of scalars. A vehicle with a mass of 3000 kg is an example of magnitude or scalar. A good example of vector is an airplane heading west with a speed of 150 miles per hour. This situation describes These different quantities are often described as being either scalar or vector quantities. Below we will discuss what these words mean as well as introduce some basic vector math. Below we will discuss what these words mean as well as introduce some basic vector math.(55 miles per hour) is a scalar. (55 miles per hour heading north) is a vector.

The main difference between scalar and vector quantity is associated with the direction i.e. scalars do not have direction but vectors do. Scalar quantities explain one-dimensional quantities. On the other hand multi-dimensional quantities are explained by vector quantity.Momentum is defined as the product of a particles mass and velocity. Mass is a scalar and velocity is a vector the multiplication of a scalar and vector always results in a vector.23.06.2008 1. State whether each quantity is a vector or scalar. Explain. a. Area of the circle b. Time c. Calories d. Bytes e. Weight f. Mass g.Status OffenAntworten 2

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