Differentiate between scalar and vector quantity

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scalar quantity has only magnitude but vector quantity has both magnitude and direction
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Hello,

1.--Scalar quantity?refers to the quantity, which has only magnitude and no direction.
--On the other hand,?vector quantity?implies the physical quantity which comprises of both magnitude and direction.2.--scaler is One-dimensional quantity .
-- vector is multi dimensional quantity.

3.-- scaler -It changes with the change in their magnitude.
--vector-it changes with the change in their direction or magnitude or both.

4.--scaler follows ordinary algebra rules.
--vector follows rules of vector algebra.

5.Last but not the least,
--scalar quantity can divide another scalar
--but this cannot be done in the case of a vector quantity.

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Your ans is here vru

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Vru do you see my,last reply on that question
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