A vector quantity is a physical quantity that has both magnitude and direction. In other words, a vector quantity has both a numerical value that represents its magnitude, as well as a specified direction that indicates the way in which the quantity is acting.

Vector quantities are typically represented graphically using arrow (**→**), with the length of the arrow indicating the magnitude of the vector, and the direction of the arrow indicating the direction of the vector.

## Examples of Vector Quantities

**Displacement**: Displacement is the vector quantity that represents the distance and direction of an object’s movement from its starting point to its ending point.

**Velocity**: Velocity is the vector quantity that describes the rate of change of an object’s position with respect to time, including both its speed and direction.

**Acceleration**: Acceleration is the vector quantity that describes the rate of change of an object’s velocity with respect to time.

**Force**: Force is a vector quantity that describes the interaction between two objects, including both the strength and direction of the force.

**Momentum**: Momentum is a vector quantity that represents the product of an object’s mass and velocity, and is used to describe the motion of an object.

**Electric Field**: Electric field is a vector quantity that describes the direction and magnitude of the force experienced by a charged particle in an electric field.

**Magnetic Field**: Magnetic field is a vector quantity that describes the direction and magnitude of the force experienced by a charged particle in a magnetic field.

**Gravitational Field**: Gravitational field is a vector quantity that describes the direction and magnitude of the force experienced by an object in a gravitational field.

**Some more examples of vector quantities:**

- Displacement
- Velocity
- Acceleration
- Force
- Momentum
- Electric field
- Magnetic field
- Gravitational field
- Electric current
- Electric potential
- Magnetic flux density
- Torque
- Angular momentum
- Electric dipole moment
- Magnetic dipole moment
- Stress
- Strain
- Wind velocity
- Fluid velocity
- Electromotive force.

- Linear momentum
- Angular velocity
- Angular acceleration
- Impulse
- Weight
- Friction
- Gravitational force
- Magnetic force
- Electric displacement
- Heat flux
- Stress tensor
- Strain tensor
- Surface normal
- Area normal
- Moment of inertia
- Center of mass
- Electric current density
- Magnetic field strength
- Gradient
- Curl.

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