Which pair of quantities represent scalar quantities, and how are they different from vector quantities?
A. energy and velocity
B. displacement and velocity
C. displacement and time
D. distance and time
- NCSLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
D. Distance and time
are scalars. They have magnitudes and no directions.
Energy (from A) is also a scalar.
Velocity and displacement are vectors; they have magnitude AND displacement.
Hope this helps!
- zanybabe1Lv 41 month ago
Scalar quantities are found in B. They are different from vector quantities because time cannot be weighed, same as energy, speed, and distance.