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XI-4-1 Vectors introduction.
TZ
sir current has magnitude and direction both so it must be vector.
Pradeep Kshetrapal
4 months ago
No. Addition of current follow scalar laws and not like vectors. Hence current is scalar.
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Akshat mishra
4 months ago
how sir can you plzz explain sir. cause my doubts is same too
Chinmay Sawant
4 months ago
The complete definition of vector is the one which has magnitude and direction and it must follow the triangular law of vector addition But we don't apply triangular law while adding current hence it is a scalar