Step 1

The zero vector is represented as \(\displaystyle{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{k}}}\)

The number zero is represented as 0

Step 2

One similarity between the zero vector, \(\displaystyle{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{k}}}\), and the number, 0, is that the magnitude of the number, 0, and the zero vector is same, which is equal to 0.

The zero vector is represented as \(\displaystyle{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{k}}}\)

The number zero is represented as 0

Step 2

One similarity between the zero vector, \(\displaystyle{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{j}}}+{0}\hat{{{k}}}\), and the number, 0, is that the magnitude of the number, 0, and the zero vector is same, which is equal to 0.