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It may seem that current is a vector because it have a magnitude and a direction. But the thing is, a vector always obey the law of addition of vectors. Since current doesn't obey it and it follows algebraic addition, current is a scalar.
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Vector quantity will have both magnitude and direction as the current have both of them it does nt follows the rule of vector quantity 
therefore current is scalar quantity
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check ur ans ,,,,,,,current is considered as scalar quantity
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