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A vector quantity is a quantity having both magnitude and direction,for eg. force,weight,displacement
a scalar quantity has only magnitude,for eg:mass,length,time
moreover,scalar quantities can be added or subtracted following algebraic properties while vector quantities only follow vector laws of addition and subtraction.
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