Can you find two vectors with different lengths that have a vector sum of zero? What length restrictions are required for three vectors to have a vector sum of zero? Explain.
Solution 13DQ Step 1 : Considering the first part of the question Can two vectors with different length have vector sum is zero As per vector rule of addition, for the vector sum to be zero, both the vectors should have same magnitude and opposite directions Here we can see that the it is mention the vectors are of the different lengths , this implies their magnitude is same Hence the vector cannot be equal to zero
Textbook: University Physics
Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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