Q. 33.6( 24 Votes )

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Answer :

Scalars are defined as quantities that have magnitude only.


Vectors are defined as a quantity that has magnitude as well as direction.


(i) time period: It is a scalar quantity as it has magnitude only and no direction.


(ii) distance: It is a scalar quantity as it has magnitude only and no direction.


(iii) force: It is a vector quantity as it has magnitude as well as direction.


(iv) velocity: It is a vector quantity as it has magnitude as well as direction.


(v) work done: It is a scalar quantity as it has magnitude as well as direction.


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