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Three vectors satisfy the relation A.B=0 , then A is parallel to B*C. b.B.c c. C. d.B
Three vectors satisfy the relation A.B=0 , then A is parallel toB*C.    b.B.cc. C.    d.B

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```							There are three vectors a, b and c satisfying the relation, a.b = 0 and a.c = 0 a.b = 0 => dot product of a and b = 0 it means angle between vector a and vector b is 90°. similarly, a.c = 0 => dot product of a and c = 0, it means angle between vector a and c is 90°. option (a) is incorrect, a is not parallel to b rather, a and b is perpendicular to each other. option (b) is incorrect, because a is perpendicular on c. option (c) is incorrect because b.c is an scalar quantity and a scalar can't parallel to a vector quantity. option (d) correct because cross product of b and c is perpendicular on plane of b and c. and we know, from above explanation only a is perpendicular on b and c too. hence, vector b × c is parallel to vector a. [ note : for batter understanding let's assume that a = i, b = j and c = k, here a.b = i.j = 0, a.c = j.k = 0, then, b × c = j × k = i = a hence, a is parallel to (b × c)
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