If a vector has zero magnitude, is it meaningful to call it a vector?

The sum of two vectors is also a vector. If a vector $\overrightarrow{P}$ is added to another vector equal in magnitude but opposite in direction i.e. $-\overrightarrow{P}$, then the sum of these two vectors is zero. The vector having zero magnitude is called a null vector.

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