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Is it possible to combine (a) two equal, (b) two unequal vectors to give a zero resultant?

I am doing a homework project on vectors and i need to know about the resultant vectors.
Question asked by: jaeannem

Asked on: 25 Jun 2010

The answer in the comments below explains this!
By: knowitall
Replied at: 11 Jul 2010
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Yes take two magnitude of same value but different direction then these vectors will have negative value and add up to zero
By: dynamic

Date of comment: Mon, Jun 28th 2010

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