Problem: If two vectors have magnitudes A and B, with A ≥ B, and their vector sum has magnitude C, which relation below must be true?a) C ≥ A - Bb) C = A + Bc) C ≥ Bd) C ≠ 0

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If two vectors have magnitudes A and B, with A ≥ B, and their vector sum has magnitude C, which relation below must be true?

a) C ≥ A - B

b) C = A + B

c) C ≥ B

d) C ≠ 0

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