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2015-02-10T21:09:57+05:30

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It is a scalar quantity. Though current has a direction but, the laws of vector addition are not applicable to it. This isolates it from being a vector.

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Current is the scalar quantity as it don't follow vector laws of addition. And from the the definition of the Vectors, any physical quantity which don't obey vector laws of addition then that quantity is not Vector.
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