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Given a regular hexagon ABCDEF with centre O, show that (i) Vector OB – Vector OA = Vector OC – Vector OD

Given a regular hexagon ABCDEF with centre O, show that 
(i) Vector OB – Vector OA = Vector OC – Vector OD

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
5 years ago
The question is by all accounts mistaken in light of the fact that 
Give O a chance to be cause 
By meaning of vector 
OB – OA = AB 
OC – OD = DC 
As AB and DC are not parallel they can't be equivalent. 
Subsequently OB – OA ≠ OC – OD 

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