# Which of the following is a Vector Quantity?

By Mandeep Kumar|Updated : June 24th, 2022

A quantity that has both direction and magnitude is called vector quantity. Although, it has direction and magnitude but it does not have position. Force, Acceleration, Velocity, Displacement, etc. are the examples of vector quantity.

## 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.

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## 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. GradeStack Learning Pvt. Ltd.Windsor IT Park, Tower - A, 2nd Floor, Sector 125, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201303 help@byjusexamprep.com