Which of the following is not a Vector Quantity?

  • Acceleration
  • Velocity
  • Speed
  • Displacement

A vector quantity is a physical quantity that possesses both magnitude (size or quantity) and direction. It requires both a numerical value and a specified direction to be fully described.

Example: Velocity is a vector quantity. It represents the speed and direction of an object’s motion. For instance, if a car is moving at 60 kilometers per hour towards the east, its velocity would be 60 km/h in the eastward direction.