It may help to know that a vector is a specific speed in a specific direction. Example, 18kph at North Azimuth 84 degrees.
No. Distance is not a vector quantity. It is a scalar quantity and should not be confused with displacement, which is a vector quantity.
False. Average speed is.
the distance traveled divided by the time to travel that distance and measured in m/s
You can find acceleration by calculating the slope of a time vs. velocity graph. Time can be measured in seconds, and velocity in meters per second. The slope, change in y over change in x, would yield the units of m/s2, the units of acceleration.
false. Average speed is.
A. a quantity of magnitude only
B. a quantity with direction only
C. a quantity with magnitude and direction
D. a quantity with no units