A quantity which has both magnitude and direction is called_________

Answer:

A quantity which has both magnitude and direction is called vector quantities.

Vector Quantity

  • Vector quantities are those quantities which has magnitude and direction.
  • Vector quantity has both magnitude and the direction
  • It has direction
  • Vector quantity is also specified by a number along with the direction and unit

Examples of vector quantity

  1. Displacement
  2. Velocity
  3. Acceleration

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