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How does a vector measurement differ from a scalar measurement?
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A vector measurement has magnitude and direction but a scalar measurement has magnitude only, without specific direction.

Examples include:

Vector measurement: force, velocity, acceleration

Scalar measurement: mass, volume, energy

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