Physics
##### ASSERTION

Energy is a scalar quantity

##### REASON

All conserved quantities are scalars

Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect

##### SOLUTION
Energy is a scalar quantity, it doesn't have direction
So Assertion is correct
All conserved quantities need not be scalar. For example, take momentum, it is vector quantity but it is conserved
So Reason is wrong
Therefore option $C$ is correct.

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