**Difference between scalar and vector quantity**

_{Scalar} |
_{Vector} |

_{The quantities
that have magnitude but no direction is called scalar quantity.} |
_{The quantities
that have both magnitude and direction is called scalar quantity.} |

_{It is denoted
by ‘A’} |
_{It is represented by arrow head with } |

_{It is measured
by certain degebric matter.} |
_{It is added by
certain vactor rule.} |

_{Sum of scalar
quantity is always positive} |
_{Sum of scalar
quantity can be positive, negative or zero} |

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