# Three Vector Quantities

This post categorized under Vector and posted on July 17th, 2019.

Vector quanvectories however refer to both the direction of the mediums movement as well as the measurement of the scalar quanvectory. IncreaseDecrease in Temperature - The measurement of the mediums temperature is a scalar quanvectory the measurement of the increase or decrease in the mediums temperature is a vector quanvectory.05.05.2015 The scalar quanvectories include most of the thermodynamic state variables involved with the propulsion system such as the density pressure and temperature of the propellants. The energy work and entropy vectorociated with the engines are also scalar quanvectories.Vector quanvectories have direction and scalar quanvectories do not. When you add vector quanvectories you have to take into account the direction of each quanvectory.

A vector quanvectory is differentiated from a scalar value by virtue of having both magnitude and direction. Hence 30kmh is a scalar quanvectory 30kmh NNE is a vector quanvectory.A vector quanvectory or vector provides information about not just the magnitude but also the direction of the quanvectory. When giving directions to a house it isnt enough to say that its 10 miles away but the direction of those 10 miles must also be provided for the information to be useful.Vector quanvectories have both magnitude and an vectorociated direction. This makes them different from scalar quanvectories which just have magnitude. force eg 20 newtons (N) to the left displacement

The main difference between scalar and vector quanvectory is vectorociated with the direction i.e. scalars do not have direction but vectors do. Scalar quanvectories explain one-dimensional quanvectories. On the other hand multi-dimensional quanvectories are explained by vector quanvectory.Scientists often make measurements. The physical quanvectories they measure fall into two categories scalars and vectors. Scalar and vector quanvectories are treated differently in calculations.

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