Scalar quantities only have a magnitude or a size.
Examples of scalar quantities include:
Vector quantities have a magnitude and an associated direction.
Examples of vector quantities include:
Vectors can be represented by an arrow. The length of the arrow represents the size and the direction of the arrow shows the vector quantity.
- Define a scalar quantity.
- Your answer should include: Size / Magnitude
- Are the following quantities scalar or vector: force, weight and acceleration?