Which statement is correct and why? $\displaystyle \vec a + \vec b + \vec c= 0$ OR $\displaystyle \vec a + \vec b + \vec c= \vec 0$
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Originally Posted by u2_wa Which statement is correct and why? $\displaystyle \vec a + \vec b + \vec c= 0$ OR $\displaystyle \vec a + \vec b + \vec c= \vec 0$ Second statement is correct, because it is a vector addition. And it should be equal to a null vector, if they represent the three sides of a triangle.
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