# what is vector quantity???????????????????????????????????????????????????

SIVAGIRI GURAVAIAH
40 Points
8 years ago
dear dileep vector quantity is a vector have magnitude and direction.the fact that magnitude for both vector and scalor
Prabhakar ch
577 Points
8 years ago
Dear Dilip
Vectors have magnitude and direction, scalars only have magnitude. The fact that magnitude occurs for both scalars and vectors can lead to some confusion. There are some quantities, like speed, which have very special definitions for scientists. By definition, speed is the scalar magnitude of a velocity vector.
SAI SARDAR
1700 Points
8 years ago
Dillep, The quantity which has both magnitude and direction then it is called vector quantity.For example velocity,acceleration......etc.
SAI SANDY
153 Points
8 years ago

Dear Dilip
Vectors have magnitude and direction, scalars only have magnitude. The fact that magnitude occurs for both scalars and vectors can lead to some confusion. There are some quantities, like speed, which have very special definitions for scientists. By definition, speed is the scalar magnitude of a velocity vector
raj
383 Points
8 years ago
hai dileep
Vectors have magnitude and direction, scalars only have magnitude. The fact that magnitude occurs for both scalars and vectors can lead to some confusion. There are some quantities, like speed, which have very special definitions for scientists. By definition, speed is the scalar magnitude of a velocity vector.
N JYOTHEESWAR
342 Points
8 years ago
the quantity
317 Points
8 years ago
Defining Scalar and Vector Quantity. Scalar is the measurement of a medium strictly in magnitude. Vector is a measurement that refers to both the magnitude of the medium as well as the direction of the movement the medium has taken.
T.kumar
281 Points
8 years ago
A vector refers to any quantity that needs a magnitude and a direction in order to fully describe the quantity. this is called vector quntity...
Gowri sankar
292 Points
8 years ago
HI DILEEP, THE VECTOR QUANTI
mohan
216 Points
8 years ago
dear dileep....
Vectors have magnitude and direction, scalars only have magnitude. The fact that magnitude occurs for both scalars and vectors can lead to some confusion. There are some quantities, like speed, which have very special definitions for scientists. By definition, speed is the scalar magnitude of a velocity vector.
RIYAZSHAIK
59 Points
8 years ago
hi dileep ,Vectors have magnitude and direction. scalars only have magnitude. That magnitude occurs for both scalars and vectors can lead to some confusion. There are some quantities, like speed, which have very special definitions for scientists. By definition, speed is the scalar magnitude of a velocity vector.are u clear
Aman gupta
13 Points
7 years ago
The vector is the quantity which has both the magnitude and direction is know as vector quantity .....for ex- acceleration ,velocity..etc...