Lesson: Scalar and Vector Quantities Physics • 9th Grade
In this lesson, we will learn how to distinguish between scalar quantities with magnitudes and vector quantities with both directions and magnitudes.
If a time is multiplied by a velocity, is the resultant quantity a vector quantity or a scalar quantity?
A set of measured values of a quantity are recorded as having the values 7 units, 4 units, negative 2 units, and 6 units. Which of the following types of quantities could these measurements represent?
If an acceleration is multiplied by a time, is the resultant quantity a vector quantity or a scalar quantity?