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Angle as a vector

  1. Dec 31, 2014 #1
    If the physical quantity angle doesn't follow the vector addition property (only infinitesimal angles follow this), why is it even considered to be a vector? Because i thought electrical current isn't considered to be a vector because it doesn't follow this rule. Why isn't it enough to rule out angle as a vector quantity?
     
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  3. Dec 31, 2014 #2

    ShayanJ

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    Neither electric current nor angle are considered to be vectors. Current density is a vector quantity.
     
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