Define null vector

A null vector is a vector that has magnitude equal to zero and is directionless. It is the resultant of two or more equal vectors that are acting opposite to each other. A zero vector is a null vector with zero magnitude. The best example of zero vector would be velocity of a stationary object.

Example

Pulling a rope from both the end with equal forces at opposite direction.

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