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What is a scalar measurement?

A scalar measurement is one that requires only one number. For example, my mass is 82 kg. BUT some measurements require more than one number to specify. For example, a force o (MORE)

What are scalars?

A measurement without direction, meaning that it is only a magnitude (as opposed to vector which has magnitude and direction). E.g, a speed of 5km/h is a scalar while a veloci (MORE)
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What is scalar energy?

Scalar Energy is an esoteric synonym for Static Electricity, which was the kind of electricity most familiar before Batteries, Power Plants, Electric Lamps, and is general (MORE)
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What is scalar quanity?

Physical quantity which has only magnitude is called scalar quantity. Examples: time, mass, work, energy, electric current, power, electric charge, magnetic pole strength

What is a scalar magnitude?

Magnitude means size. The magnitude of 8 is greater than the magnitude of 4. The magnitude of 1023209138109283 is greater than the magnitude of 12. =)) .... enjoyy... =D
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Why area is scalar?

Scalar quantities are described by a number alone, while vector quantities require a number and a direction, and as area cannot have an associated direction, must be scalar.
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How vector is scalar?

Vector is NOT a scalar. The two (vector and scalar) are different things. A vector is a quantity (measurement) in which a direction is important. A scalar is a quantity in whi (MORE)