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there are A,B and A+B non zero vctors and A+B is perpandicular to vector B sooo


B A>=B

C A>B/square root of 2

D A>=B/square root of 2

Asked by yashu1129 5th June 2019, 8:58 AM
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Figure shows two vectors A and B, when the resultant vector A+B is perpendicular to vector B.
If vectors A and B are sides of parallelogram, then magnitude of vector A = OQ = PR
In right ΔOPR,  PR > OP . 
Since OP is magnitude of vector B,  vector A > vector B
Above conclusion is true only if  resultant vector (A+B) is perpendicular to vector B
Answered by Expert 5th June 2019, 9:58 AM
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