Physics

Which of these is the best example of a Vector's Magnitude?
a. Newtons
b. Meter per Second per Second
c. Miles per hour
d. Feet
e. Meters/Second
f. all of these

Answer: I think since a vector's magnitude is best described as a length that answer should be (d. Feet)but I am not sure.



All of those answers could be the dimensions of the magnitude of a vector. The dimensions are not the same thing as the vector itselg.

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