Why do we say the force is a vector quantity?


Why do we say the force is a vector quantity?


The physical quantity illustrates that the mass of the varies the velocity of the body in unit time in a particular direction is known as force. The multiplication of mass and acceleration of the body define force.

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The force is an effect to create the acceleration of the mass of the body.

It is a vector quantity because it depends upon the magnitude as well as...

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Force: Definition and Types


Chapter 5 / Lesson 5

Force is everywhere and it comes in a variety of sizes, directions, and types. In this video lesson, you'll identify force as well the different types of force that objects may experience.

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