Table of Contents

- 1 Can 3 vectors of unequal magnitude ever sum to zero?
- 2 Can 3 vectors equal zero?
- 3 Can three or more unequal coplanar vectors have a zero sum?
- 4 Can the sum of three vectors be zero explain?
- 5 Can a vector have a zero magnitude?
- 6 Can two vectors of unequal magnitude add up to give the zero vector can three unequal vectors add up to give the zero vector?

## Can 3 vectors of unequal magnitude ever sum to zero?

Since a scalene triangle exists, three unequal vectors can add up to zero. The conditions for three vectors to form a triangle are: The sum of magnitudes of any two of them must be greater than the magnitude of third. magnitude of sum of two vectors must be equal to the magnitude of third.

### Can 3 vectors equal zero?

Answer. Three vectors are coplanar which means all three vectors are in the same plane. If all above conditions are satisfied, then the resultant of three vectors will be zero.

**Can two vectors of unequal magnitude add up to give zero vector can three unequal vectors add up to give zero vector?**

No . Two unequal vectors can never give zero vector by addition . But three unequal vectors when added may give zero vector .

**Can three vectors of equal magnitude?**

Yes, it is possible to add three vectors of equal magnitudes and get zero. This can happen if the resultant of the two vectors are equal and opposite in direction to the third vector. Thus the vector sum of the three vectors is zero.

## Can three or more unequal coplanar vectors have a zero sum?

Since a scalene triangle exists, three unequal vectors can add up to zero. magnitude of sum of two vectors must be equal to the magnitude of third.

### Can the sum of three vectors be zero explain?

If you laid out all three vectors, you would either be able to form a triangle or, if two of the vectors were going the same way, the third woud be directed in the opposite direction. A third possibilty is that all of the vectors have a magnitude of 0.

**Can three unequal forces add up to zero?**

Yes, two vectors of equal magnitude that are pointing in opposite directions will sum to zero. If they point along the same line, since their magnitudes are different, the sum will not be zero.

**Can you add two vectors of unequal magnitude?**

No it is not possible to obtain zero by adding two vectors of unequal magnitudes. Sum of two vectors can only be zero if they are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction. So no two vector of unequal magnitude cannot be added to give null vector.

## Can a vector have a zero magnitude?

Answer: Magnitude cannot be negative. The zero vector (vector where all values are 0) has a magnitude of 0, but all other vectors have a positive magnitude.

### Can two vectors of unequal magnitude add up to give the zero vector can three unequal vectors add up to give the zero vector?

**Can two vectors of unequal magnitude add up to give vector can three unequal vectors add up to give zero vector?**

b) Yes. Three(or more) vectors of unequal magnitude may add up to give zero vector.

**When can the addition of vectors be zero?**

Addition of two vectors can only be zero when there directions are opposite and their magnitude is additive inverse of each other.