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One Vector is exactly equal to another Vector only if they have the same Magnitude and the same direction.

One Vector is exactly equal to another Vector only if they have the same Magnitude and the same direction.

Understanding how vectors work.

The Twin Towers Vector are the simplest types because they are all strictly Linear, i.e., on or along the same line, with no angles.

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