Why is torque a vector?

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Answer:

Hint is given below

Explanation:

HINT:

The torque #\vec\tau# of a force vector #\vecF# acting at a point with position vector is #\vec {r_1}# about a point having position vector #\vec {r_2}# is given as

#\vec\tau=(\vec {r_1}-\vec {r_2})\times \vecF#