We can mulriply the given mass and velocity to find the momentum.
when the quantity under discussion is a vector quantity then we specify BOTH the magnitude and the direction explicitly.

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Momentum is equal to the product of Mass and Velocity.
it is better to describe both magnitude and direction explicitly when talking about vectors. that will give a complete answer.