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A given vector has at least one of its components not equal to zero. Is it possible for this vector to have zero resultant?

A given vector has at least one of its components not equal to zero. Is it possible for this vector to have zero resultant? 

Grade:12

1 Answers

Gaurav
27 Points
one month ago
No, this vector have not a zero resultant because,
resultant of vector =✓(first components)^2+(second components)^2+2(first components)(second components)cos©
So, if one components is non zero than resultant also non zero.

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