Why is acceleration a vector quantity?

The vector quantity identifies a physical quantity if it has both magnitude and direction. If the physical quantity has only magnitude, then the physical quantity is a scalar quantity. The acceleration of a body is also represented by the ability of the body to acquire speed. Acceleration means change in the direction of velocity. or change in the magnitude of velocity or change in both the magnitude and direction of velocity.

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