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Problem: Which of the following is a vector quantity? a. Speed b. Time c. Forced. displacement e. Temperature f. Momentum g. Velocity h. Acceleration

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A vector quantity is a quantity with both magnitude and direction.

A scalar quantity has magnitude but no direction.

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Which of the following is a vector quantity? 

a. Speed 

b. Time 

c. Force

d. displacement 

e. Temperature 

f. Momentum 

g. Velocity 

h. Acceleration

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