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a physical quantity which has only magnitude
is called scalar quantity.
a physical quantity which has both magnitude
and direction is called vector quantity.

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2015-11-21T21:26:13+05:30
The quantity which doesn't depends on direction is called the scalar quantity.
for example distance is a scalar quantity.

the quantity which depends on direction is called the vector quantity. for example displacement is the vector quantity.
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you didnt mention about magnitude clearly
but everything has some magnitude. there's not any need to mention this . cause everything has magnitude.