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ead the scenario.
A car travels 25 m/s forward for 10 s.
Which option accurately identifies the measurements within the scenario that are vector quantities and describes why?

The measurement 25 m/s is the only vector quantity because it is a measurement of speed.

The measurement 10 s is the only vector quantity because it measures time.

The measurement 25 m/s forward is the only vector quantity because it is a measurement that includes a direction.

The measurements 25 m/s and 10 s are vector quantities because these numbers are both measurements that do not include direction.

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