Answer: A quantity that has both direction and magnitude is called vector quantity.
Vector quantities change when there is a change in magnitude, direction, or in both magnitude and direction. The difference between two vector quantities is the difference between the final vector and the initial vector.
A vector quantity has magnitude and direction. The quantity that has magnitude but not direction is called scalar quantity.
Which of the following is a Vector Quantity?
A quantity having direction and magnitude is known as vector quantity. Some examples of vector quantities are Force, Acceleration, Velocity, Displacement, Momentum, Torque, etc.