Table of Contents

- 1 How many non coplanar vectors have their resultant zero?
- 2 What is the minimum number of unequal vectors to give a zero resultant?
- 3 Can 3 non coplanar vectors give zero resultant?
- 4 Can 4 non coplanar vectors give zero resultant?
- 5 What is the minimum number of unequal?
- 6 What is meant by unequal vector?
- 7 What are non coplanar vectors?
- 8 How do you find the resultant of three non coplanar vectors?
- 9 How many unequal vectors are needed to give zero resultant?
- 10 What is the minimum number of non Coplanar Vectors?
- 11 Can a vector have equal magnitude to zero?

## How many non coplanar vectors have their resultant zero?

four

The minimum number of non coplanar vectors whose sum can be zero, is four.

## What is the minimum number of unequal vectors to give a zero resultant?

three vectors

From triangle law of vectors minimum three vectors are required to give zero resultant.

**What is the minimum number of non zero non coplanar vectors can be added to give zero resultant?**

As the magnitude of the vectors is not equal so two vectors cannot give zero resultant. According to the Triangle Law of vector addition, a minimum of three vectors are needed to get zero resultant.

### Can 3 non coplanar vectors give zero resultant?

Yes , when the sum ( resultant) of any two of them is equal and opposite to the third one.

### Can 4 non coplanar vectors give zero resultant?

The minimum number of non coplanar vectors whose sum can be zero, is four.

**Can the resultant of three unequal forces be equal 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.

## What is the minimum number of unequal?

Since this question lacks specifications about the meaning of the word ‘unequal’, we have to consider the case of perfectly unequal vectors, that is, unequal both magnitude as well as direction. In that case the minimum number of unequal vectors whose sum can be zero is 3. So, the correct answer is “Option C”.

## What is meant by unequal vector?

Any two vectors are said to be “equal vectors” , when they have same magnitude and same direction. In all other cases apart the above one case , they are called “unequal vectors.” So, If two vectors have same magnitude but different directions , they are called unequal vectors.

**What is the minimum number of non coplanar vectors?**

### What are non coplanar vectors?

Similarly, a finite number of vectors are said to be non-coplanar if they do not lie on the same plane or on the parallel planes. In this case we cannot draw a single plane parallel to all of them.

### How do you find the resultant of three non coplanar vectors?

First we take two vectors , the resultant of the these two vectors is equal in magnitude of the third vector but directed in opposite direction. But when these three vectors are not in the same plane , when we resolve their rectangular component, they do not cancel each other therefore resultant is not zero.

**What is the maximum number of components into which a vector can be split?**

(EXPLANATION :-A vector can be split into infinite number of components. But if we say rectangular components then answer is three.)

## How many unequal vectors are needed to give zero resultant?

The minimum number of vectors of unequal magnitude required to produce zero resultant is three.

## What is the minimum number of non Coplanar Vectors?

Minimum number of non-coplanar vectors whose sum can be zero is four. Why? Two vectors are alwys coplanar. Let us add a third vector to make all the three vectors coplanar.

**How many nonzero vectors can be added to a plane?**

But if every vector must lie outside every plane defined by any two others then the minimum number of vectors must be four if a plane is defined to be 2-dimensional, regardless of the In any space of one dimension or more, the minimum number of nonzero vectors that can be added to give a zero resultant is two.

### Can a vector have equal magnitude to zero?

If you take 1 vector, the resultant can never be zero. If you take 2 vectors, those should be in equal magnitude and opposite in direction for the resultant to be zero. If you take 3 vectors the resultant is zero.