Which of the following is/are vector quantity?

- Temperature
- Work
- Kinetic Energy
- Momentum
- Power

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**Answer: [B] 4 Only**

A scalar quantity is one which has only magnitude. A vector quantity has both magnitude and direction.

Temperature is a comparative measure of hot or cold and is expressed in Celsius, Fahrenheit and kelvin, which represents only magnitude and no direction. Hence temperature is a scalar quantity.

Work is again a scalar quantity because W=F.S where F is force which is a vector quantity and S is displacement which is again a vector quantity (Dot product of two vector quantity is a scalar)

Power is again a scalar quantity as Power is defined as rate of work done

P=W/T (scalar quantity divided by scalar is scalar)

Momentum is M=m.v where m is the mass of the body which is scalar quantity and v is the velocity which is vector quantity (Dot product of scalar and vector is vector)

K.E=1/2 mv^2, where v^2 is the dot product of two vector quantity (Dot Product of two vector quantity is scalar)

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