a physical quantity which has both magnitude as well as direction is called as a vector quantity.

eg:velocity, displacement, acceleration etc...,

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Keep in mind that any quantity that can be measured will be a physical quantity
Coming to the question any physical quantity which possess both direction and magnitude is called a vector quantity.Eg:velocity
there are operations with vectors like addition subtraction and multiplication but not division
A measurable quantity which obeys direction and magnitude to move like velocity and displacement but not distance
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