Friday, June 22, 2012

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Difference Between

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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