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Saturday, 15 December 2012

Q.No.2.10: - Can you add zero to a null vector?


Q.No.2.10: - Can you add zero to a null vector?
Ans: - It’s natural to say yes at first because both have same magnitude i.e.; 0. But when we thought deeply then we arrive at conclusion that null vector is a vector it’s mean it must have direction no matter in which direction it is. So, we said that it’s impossible to add zero to a null vector because both are different physical quantities.

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