What are Scalar Quantities in Physics

Scalar Quantities in Physics



It is defined as:

“Scalar quantity are those physical quantity which require magnitude, express with suitable unit only is called scalar quantity.”


Characteristics Of Scalar Quantity


  1. Scalar quantity can be added, subtracted, multiplied, divided according to the ordinary algebraic rule.
  2. Two scalars are equal if they have same unit.



It can be represented by the numbers with decimals, (positive negative).



Mass, Distance, Temperature, volume, speed etc.


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