Displacement is a vector, it has distance and direction. Distance is a scalar, it just has magnitude...... Mark as the best
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Displacement is a vector quantity and it can be either positive , negative or 0.
Displacement is the shortest distance between the initial and final points of a moving body.
Displacement depends upon the direction of a moving body.

Distance is a scalar quantity and it is always positive. 
Distance is the length of the path covered irrespective of the time taken.
Distance is independent of direction of a moving body.

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