Q: What quantity that can have more than one value?

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You use the "greater than" symbol, > .

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All it means that there were more than one observations which had the same value.

No. One argument of function may have only one value. So, if it has more than one value, it is not a function.

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That is the correct spelling of "quantity" (numerical amount).

Velocity is a vector quantity, which means it is made up of more than one numeric value. Velocity vectors must contain information on speed and direction.

Scalar quantities do not have direction.

The number minus one.

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Mass is a scalar quantity, because it is a constant value no matter where you are, no matter what direction you are heading. Your mass on Earth will be equal to than on Jupitor or in space in general, the weight is the one that changes. (vector)

A variable can not hold more than one value at any given moment in time. It would have only one. If you wanted more than one value, you would have to make the variable an array.

Vectors have speed AND direction. Speed is classified as a scalar quantity because it only has magnitude (numerical value and unit of measurement) such as 50 mi/h. Velocity is classified as a vector quantity because it has magnitude and direction, 50 mi/h north. By including direction, you are giving more information than a scalar quantity (requiring one unit).

You use the "greater than" symbol, > .

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No. But there can be more than one data point which has the same value as the mean for the set of numbers. Or there can be none that take the mean value.

1 (one).