Answer :

i. 15 kg - is a scalar quantity as this involves only mass. A scalar quantity is a one - dimensional measurement of a quantity, like temperature, or **mass**.

ii. 20 kg weight - is a vector quantity as it involves both magnitude and direction. **Weight** is a force which is a **vector** and has a magnitude and direction.

iii. 45^{o} is a scalar quantity as it involves the only magnitude. A scalar quantity is a one - dimensional measurement of a quantity, like temperature, or **mass**.

iv. 10 meters south - east is a vector quantity as it involves both magnitude and direction.

v. 50 m/sec^{2} is a scalar quantity as it involves a magnitude of acceleration. A scalar quantity is a one - dimensional measurement of a quantity.

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