Examples of Scalars and Vectors?

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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 of Temperature of scalar quantity. Whereas Scalar is the measurement of a medium strictly in magnitude. nExample of Scalars are temperature; (68 degrees, no direction), cost; ($37.50, no direction) and speed; (35 mph, no direction) while Vectors: are trip to the store; (2 blocks, West) ,force of gravity; (170 pounds, Down) and velocity; (35 mph, North)
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Vectors; velocity, displacement, force, acceleration. Scalars; Speed, distance, temperature. A2: What it is is vectors have directions and magnitude and scalars only have magnitudes
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Scalars are 1-dimensional: temperature, time, speed.
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A vector quantity is a physical quantity that has both size and direction. Examples include velocity and acceleration or force which are different from scalar ...
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