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What is the minimum number of coplanner vectors of different magnitude which can give zero resultant?

What is the minimum number of coplanner vectors of different magnitude which can give zero resultant?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Pawan Prajapati
askIITians Faculty 8741 Points
9 months ago
Answer :

A vectorwith a magnitude of zero produces a zero resultant. -- Two vectors with equal magnitudes and opposite directions produce a zero resultant. you'll need at least three. Think of them as being connected. To have a zero resultant, putting the vectors together head to tail should form a closed shape. The first vector can be in any direction. The second vector starts where the first ended, and extends in a different plane. The last vector starts from where the second ended and extends to the beginning of the first vector. The three end up making a triangle, which gives you a zero resultant

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