Show that two vectors of different magnitudes cannot be combined to give zero resultant, whereas three vectors can be. - Questions and Answers Read more

If A and B are non zero vectors, is it possible for A×B and A.B both to be zero? - Questions and Answers from Vectors, Physics and Mathematics. Read more

The magnitude of a vector has doubled, its direction remaining the same. Can you conclude that the magnitude of each component of the vector has doubled? Read more

Is (i+j) a unit vector? - Questions and Answers from Scalars and Vectors, Physics and Mathematics. Read more

If i, j and k are unit vectors along x, y and z-axis respectively, find i.(k×j). - Questions and Answers from Vectors, Mathematics and Physics. Read more

What is the difference between scalar and vector products of two vectors? - Questions and Answers from Scalars and Vectors, Physics and Mathematics. Read more

If the scalar product of two vectors is equal to the magnitude of their vector product, find the angle between them. - Questions and Answers Read more

If B is added to A, under what condition does the resultant vector have a magnitude equal to A+B? - Questions and Answers from Vectors Read more

If a vector has zero magnitude, is it meaningful to call it a vector? - Questions and Answers from Scalars and Vectors, Physics and Mathematics. Read more

Can the resultant magnitude of two vectors be smaller than the magnitude of either vector? - Questions and Answers from Vectors Read more