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Is it true to say that in one dimension I can show vector quantities using ±number instead of a vector?

± can show possible directions in one dimension and that number shows magnitude of quantity.

Thanks.

**Homework Statement::**It's a question.**Relevant Equations::**Vector calculus.Is it true to say that in one dimension I can show vector quantities using ±number instead of a vector?

± can show possible directions in one dimension and that number shows magnitude of quantity.

Thanks.

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