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What is the direction of the resulting vector if vector of 2 units North is added to a vector of 2 units South?

Updated: 12/23/2022

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Ciara Parker

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The resultant is a null vector and so has no direction.

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Q: What is the direction of the resulting vector if vector of 2 units North is added to a vector of 2 units South?
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