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A physical quantity which has only magnitude is called  and that has both magnitude and direction is called .


A
scalar
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B
vector
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C
speed
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D
displacement
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Solution

The correct options are
A scalar
B vector
A physical quantity which has only magnitude is called scalar quantity eg: speed and distance whereas physical quantities which have both magnitude and direction are called vector quantities eg: velocity and displacement.

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