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Q: Can a vector have a component greater than the magnitude of the vector?
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Can a vector have a component greater than the magnitude of vector?

no a vector cannot have a component greater than the magnitude of vector


Vector component greater than the vectors magnitude?

can a vector have a component greater than the vector magnitude


Can a vector have a component greater than the vector's magnitude?

No.


Can a component of vector greater than vector magnitude?

No.


Can the component of a vector ever be greater than the magnitude of the vector?

No.


Can a vector have a component greater than it magnitude?

No.


Can a vector have a component greater than the magnitude?

No.


Can a vector have a component greater than vectors magnitude?

No.


Can a vector have a component greater than its magnitude?

No a vector may not have a component greater than its magnitude. When dealing with highschool phyics problems, the magnitude is usually the sum of two or more components and one component will offset the other, causing the magnitude to be less then its component


Can a vector have zero magnitude if one of its component is not zero?

No. The magnitude of a vector can't be less than any component.


Can the magnitude of a vector be lesser than its component?

No, because the components along any other direction is v*cos(A) where v is the magnitude of the original vector and A is the angle between the direction of the original vector and the direction of the component. Since the absolute value of cos(A) cannot be greater than 1, then v*cos(A) cannot be greater than v.


Can a vector have zero magnitudes if one of its component is not zero?

No. The magnitude of a vector can't be less than any component.