Before I answer, you should be familiar with scalar and vector quantities.

Physical quantities with just a numerical value or a size(magnitude) are called **scalars**. A scalar quantity is one that does not depend on its direction. You must compare the magnitudes of two scalar quantities of the same form when comparing them.

- Dot products of vector quantities are often scalar, meaning they have only magnitude and no direction.

A physical quantity that has both direction and magnitude is known to as a **vector quantity. **You must compare the magnitude and direction of two vector quantities of the same form when comparing them. You must remember both the magnitude and the direction when performing some mathematical operation on a vector quantity (such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, etc.).

- A physical quantity is said to be a vector quantity if it obeys the laws of vector addition

Step1: Identifying the vector quantities

Temperature, pressure, time, power, total path, length, energy, gravitational, potential, coefficient of friction, and charge are all scalar quantities which have only magnitude.

**Impulse **= force * time

Force is a vector quantity, while time is a scalar quantity. As we all know, the product of a scalar and a vector quantity equals the vector quantity.

Hence, only impulse is vector quantity.