# What is vector quantity give two examples?

## What is vector quantity give two examples?

Physical quantities specified completely by giving a number of units (magnitude) and a direction are called vector quantities. Examples of vector quantities include displacement, velocity, position, force, and torque.

## Is angular momentum is a scalar?

Angular momentum is a vector quantity that represents the product of a body’s rotational inertia and rotational velocity about a particular axis.

## Why is angular frequency scalar?

Its direction is given by the right-hand rule, the same as angular momentum. It is a full vector. The angular frequency, as you say, is the magnitude of the angular velocity, and is hence a scalar. It has no direction.

## What is axial vector give example?

An example of an axial vector is the vector product of two polar vectors, such as L = r × p, where L is the angular momentum of a particle, r is its position vector, and p is its momentum vector. Compare pseudo-scalar. From: axial vector in A Dictionary of Physics »

## Which one is a axial vector?

Option (c) Torque is an axial vector. Axial vectors are those vectors that represent rotational effect and act along the axis of rotation. Eg: Angular velocity, torque, angular momentum etc are axial vectors.

## What do u mean by axial vector?

Axial vector is a vector which does not change its sign on changing the coordinate system to a new system by a reflection in the origin.

## What is difference between polar vector and axial vector?

Polar vector A vector quantities whose direction is along the direction of the motion of a body or particle is known as polar vector E.g: displacement, velocity etc Axial vector A vector quantities whose direction is along the direction of rotation of the body or particle E g: angular acceleration,torque etc.

## Is force a axial vector?

Axial vectors describe rotational motion, and act along the axis of rotation (according to right hand screw rule). Torque, Angular velocity, angular acceleration are axial vectors. Displacement, force, etc are polar vectors.

## Is axial a force vector?

Axial vectors describe rotational motion, and act along the axis of rotation (according to right hand screw rule). Displacement, force, etc are polar vectors.

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