Vector addition, Mathematics

Is it possible to add two vectors of unequal magnitude and get a resultant of zero?Please explain also.

Ans) no it is not possible as .. if the magnitude is diffrent then they cannot cancel....

soo... if the resultant has to b zero then the vectors should have same ma n diff direction

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