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Vector Quantity : A physical quantity which requires both magnitude (or size) and direction for it's complete description is called a vector quantity.

Thus, a vector quantity has both magnitude and direction.

Example of vector quantities : The following quantities are vector quantities.

DisplacementVelocity
ForceWeight
AccelerationMomentum

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