Answer :

The second statement (b) is more appropriate. A vector must obey vector laws of algebra, to be called as a vector quantity. Just by simply having magnitude and direction we can’t call it a vector. So, we can say that Force is a vector quantity since it obeys the triangle law of vector addition apart from having magnitude and direction.


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