Answer to Question #12669 in Calculus for mishii

Question #12669
minimum number of unequal vectors whose sum is equal to zero is what? and how?
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Expert's answer
2012-08-10T09:51:17-0400
In general, given two vectors of unequal length, adding them will result in a non-zero vector because in order to have a zero vector sum, the first and second vectors must "cancel out." For example, if you travel left 1 meter, you must travel 1 meter right to return to your initial position.

The minimum is three: three vectors of unequal form a triangle.

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