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Mazhar Hussain

8 months ago

Sir Moment of inertia is scalar or Vector

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Amrit Lal

8 months ago

It contains only magnitude.
So it is obviously Scalar physical quantity 😊
Feel free to ask any queries ☺️

Mazhar Hussain

8 months ago

Thank you sir I am new to Unacademy.

Mazhar Hussain

8 months ago

Sir but in book it is given its A Tensor

Amrit Lal

8 months ago

That's great 😊 Welcome to Unacademy.☺️
To explain you about Moment of inertia let me tell you Tensors quantity first.
A scalar and a vector are both tensors! Scalar = tensor of rank 0, vector =tensor of rank 1, dyadic = tensor of rank 2, etc. A tensor is a general quantity. A scalar has magnitude with 0 direction, hence a rank 0 tensor. A vector is a magnitude acting along a line, or 1 dimension, i.e. tensor of rank 1 .
Got it?
for more queries ,please ask ☺️

Mazhar Hussain

8 months ago

Thank you sir Now got

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8 months ago

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8 months ago

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8 months ago

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8 months ago

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Pashupati kumar

6 months ago

sir please upload full course of differential equation

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Vineet Loomba

6 months ago

ok

Gummidipudi swetha

5 months ago

😊😊😊

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