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## QuestionPhysicsClass 11

Let $$\vec{{C}}=\vec{{A}}+\vec{{B}}$$
(A) $${\left|\vec{{C}}\right|}$$ is always greater than $${\left|\vec{{A}}\right|}$$
(B) It is possible to have $${\left|\vec{{\left|\lt\right|}}\vec{{A}}\right|}{\quad\text{and}\quad}{\left|\vec{{C}}\right|}\lt{\left|\vec{{B}}\right|}$$
(C) C is always equal to A+B
(D) C is never equal to A+B