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Can two velocities be added in such a way as to give a resultant with zero magnitude? if so give an example of such situation



ya it is obviously possible, if the two velocities are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction
say for example : a velocity is is going in north with a speed of 80 kmph and another one is moving in south with a velocity of 80 kmph and the result is 0 N because 80+(-80)=0 i took the 2nd velocity as -80 because it is moving in opposite direction to the 1st one .

i hope it helps............  
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