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two vectors A and B have magnitude such that A>B. We do not know the directions of the vectors. however we can say that the magnitude of the sum A+B must be between?
a) B and 2A
b)A and A+B
c) AB and A+B
d) AB and A
e) B and A+B

of course, c Think about it.
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