criosachuga

2023-03-08

Is power scalar or vector?

Carlee Floyd

Beginner2023-03-09Added 6 answers

Scalar and vector quantity

1. Scalar quantities have only a magnitude and do not depend upon any direction.

2. Vector quantities have both the magnitude and the direction.

Power

1. The rate at which work is done on an object is defined as power. $Power=\frac{work(energy)}{time}$

2.The Joule is the standard metric unit for work and the second is the standard metric unit for time, the standard metric unit for power is a Joule / second, abbreviated W.

3. Power is a scalar quantity because it has no direction. Power is also the ratio of two scalar quantities.

Therefore, power is a scalar quantity.

1. Scalar quantities have only a magnitude and do not depend upon any direction.

2. Vector quantities have both the magnitude and the direction.

Power

1. The rate at which work is done on an object is defined as power. $Power=\frac{work(energy)}{time}$

2.The Joule is the standard metric unit for work and the second is the standard metric unit for time, the standard metric unit for power is a Joule / second, abbreviated W.

3. Power is a scalar quantity because it has no direction. Power is also the ratio of two scalar quantities.

Therefore, power is a scalar quantity.

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