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Two vectors A and B lie in a plane, another vector C lies outside this plane, then resultant of these three vectors i.e A+B+C

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The resultant for three or more vectors lying in different planes can never be zero, as resultant for first two vectors (A and B) should be in the same plane as them but with the third vector (C) the overall resultant would never be zero.

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Can't the 3 vectors be connected and the plane separates from their intersection point?

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