Describe one similarity between the zero vector and the number 0.

Falak Kinney 2020-10-23 Answered
Describe one similarity between the zero vector and the number 0.
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SchepperJ
Answered 2020-10-24 Author has 96 answers
Step 1
The zero vector is represented as 0j^+0j^+0k^
The number zero is represented as 0
Step 2
One similarity between the zero vector, 0j^+0j^+0k^, and the number, 0, is that the magnitude of the number, 0, and the zero vector is same, which is equal to 0.
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