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Answers:Above answers are right on. Here are some examples. Velocity is vectoral. It has both speed and direction implied. Whereas temperature is purley scalar, only quantity implied. Other examples of vectoral quantities are acceleration , momentum and force. Other scalar examples are energy, mass,volume and area.


Answers:Acceleration is a vector quantity. The difference between scalar and vector is that scalar quantities are descriptive of magnitude whereas vectors have a direction associated with them. Mass is a scalar value since it quantifies the amount of something. Weight (i.e. force experienced by mass in a gravitational field or during acceleration) is vector. Since acceleration is directional, it is vector.

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Answers:Acceleration is a vector quantity [it have both magnitude (size) and direction] since it is the change in velocity over time in with velocity is a vector. As a vector quantity, acceleration is also the rate at which direction changes.

Question:I have a homework about listing down examples of both scalar and vector quantities in physics. I need 20 examples for each type. ex scalar- distance, temperature. vector - velocity. any example even not complete will be deeply appreciated. send replies ASAP. Thanks!

Answers:Scalar: Time,mass,tempertaure,distance. Vector: velocity,force,acceleration,deplacement.

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Physics 240 Lecture 7 - Vector Quantities :Using as example of position, Professor Jerzy Wrobel shows how to relate a vector physical quantity to a vector (arrow) and an array of scalar components.

Multiplying a Vector by a Scalar.avi :This video shows how to multiply a vector by a scalar including some algebraic properties of scalar multiplication. The lesson also discusses briefly the concept of a linear combination of vectors and shows an example of drawing a gemetric sum/difference of 3 vectors. This lesson was created for the Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) course in the province of Ontario, Canada.