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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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The overall velocity would increase. The ball would then have a curved path with some velocity vector in the North South direction and some vector in the East West Direction

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Usually, south is the opposite of north.

north to south?? LOL

yes, b/c it is directed from north to south pole of a magnet.

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The overall velocity would increase. The ball would then have a curved path with some velocity vector in the North South direction and some vector in the East West Direction

Vector quantities have direction as well as magnitude Vector: -displacement (10 m North) -velocity (100 mph south) Scalar -distance (10 m) -speed (100 mph)

well, by definition vector is something that has both direction and magnitude, in this case weight is only countable when gravity exists, and of course gravity has direction direction for vector doesnt have to be like north, south or within the plane because vectors are free and can be moved anywhere without changing its magnitude.

South, every direction from the North Pole is south.

It is North.(From the south Pole, every direction is north.)

Momentum is a vector. This means it has magnitude and direction. The magnitude will be the same. But the sign will be different. If north is positive, south will be negative. This is the only difference.

A vector is the mathematical representation of an action or other entity that has both magnitude and direction. One of the most common contrasts is that between speed, which has magnitude but not direction, and velocity, which also has direction. A speed of 60 mph has the same meaning in any direction, but a velocity of 60 mph north has significantly different consequences from a velocity of 60 mph south, especially if one begins from some point on the north shore of a lake!

From North to South.

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From the North Pole evey direction is south.

From the South Pole, every direction is North.

South, as from the North Pole, the only possible direction is south.