# Cn three vectors of equl magnitude be combined to give a zero resultant? How about three vectors of unequal magnitudes? Prove you answer.

Question asked by: jaeannem

Asked on: 25 Jun 2010

if the three vectors can be represented as the sides of a triangle taken in order , their resultant definetely zero.

i e, vecter AB + vector BC + vector CA = vector O

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Replied at: 14 Jul 2010

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