Table of Contents

- 1 Is it possible to combine two vectors of different magnitude to give a zero resultant if not can three vectors be so combined?
- 2 Can two vectors of unequal magnitude add up to give vector can three unequal vectors add up to give zero vector?
- 3 Can two vectors having different?
- 4 Can you add two vectors of unequal magnitude?
- 5 Can the resultant of two vectors of unequal magnitude be zero?
- 6 How can three vectors be combined to give a zero resultant?
- 7 Can a vector have three magnitudes give a zero resultant?
- 8 Can you combine two vectors to get a zero?

## Is it possible to combine two vectors of different magnitude to give a zero resultant if not can three vectors be so combined?

However, with three vectors, there are many ways to get a zero resultant, where the vectors have different magnitudes. The sum of the three vectors is the zero resultant, since the end point is the same as the starting point. It is not possible with two vectors, and possible with three vectors.

## 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.

**Can the resultant of three vectors be zero if they are?**

All three vectors form a triangle together which means they form three sides and three angles and three vertices. If magnitude of resultant of two vectors is exactly equal to the magnitude of the third vector. If all above conditions are satisfied, then the resultant of three vectors will be zero.

**Can 2 vectors of different magnitude?**

No, two vectors of different magnitudes can not give zero resultant. Three vectors can give zero resultant but two vectors can not. This is because the effect of vectors cancels out only when they act in the opposite direction and have the same magnitude.

### Can two vectors having different?

No, because the vector sum of two vectors of different magnitudes can vever 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 two vectors of unequal magnitude add up to give the zero vector can three unequal vectors If you answered yes under what conditions?**

Can two vectors of unequal magnitude add up to give the zero vector can three unequal vectors under what conditions? 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 three vectors of unequal magnitude ever add to give a zero vector explain?**

Answer. a) No. Two vectors of unequal magnitude can never add up to give zero vector. Three(or more) vectors of unequal magnitude may add up to give zero vector.

## Can the resultant of two vectors of unequal magnitude be zero?

Yes, two vectors of equal magnitude that are pointing in opposite directions will sum to zero. Two vectors of unequal magnitude can never sum to zero.

## How can three vectors be combined to give a zero resultant?

Resultant of three vectors will be zero if all of the below conditions are applicable: If the direction of resultant of those two vectors is exactly opposite to the direction of the third vector. 3. If the magnitude of resultant of two vectors is exactly equal to the magnitude of the third vector.

**Can two vectors of unequal magnitudes add up to give zero vector?**

Yes, two vectors of equal magnitude that are pointing in opposite directions will sum to zero. Two vectors of unequal magnitude can never sum to zero. If they point along the same line, since their magnitudes are different, the sum will not be zero.

**Can two vectors of the same magnitude at giving zero resultant vector if yes under what condition?**

Yes, if they are in opposite directions.

### Can a vector have three magnitudes give a zero resultant?

Yes, three vectors with different magnitude can give a zero resultant. As an example consider vectors, and, such that the resultant vector is.. Therefore the three vectors with different magnitude can give zero resultant.

### Can you combine two vectors to get a zero?

No, or yes, depending on what “combine” means in your sentence. If I can use a combination of addition and multiplication, then yes. If I’m restricted to vector addition, then no, unless I can specify the vectors – then yes. A simple vector addition of two vectors of differing magnitudes cannot sum to zero.

**Is it possible to get a zero resultant?**

Therefore the three vectors with different magnitude can give zero resultant. it is not possible to get zero resultant by combinig two vector having different magnitude.it is only possible if we combine two vectors of same magnitude in opposite direction. it is only posible when two vector having same magnitude and opposite direction.