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# Two vectors $\stackrel{\to }{A}$ and $\stackrel{\to }{B}$ lie in one plane, vector $\stackrel{\to }{C}$ lies in different plane. Then $\stackrel{\to }{A}+\stackrel{\to }{B}+\stackrel{\to }{C}$

1. A

cannot be zero

2. B

can be zero

3. C

lies in the plane of $\stackrel{\to }{A}$ or $\stackrel{\to }{B}$

4. D

lies in a plane of $\stackrel{\to }{B}$ or $\stackrel{\to }{C}$

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Two vectors $\stackrel{\to }{A}$ and $\stackrel{\to }{B}$ lie in one plane and vector $\stackrel{\to }{C}$ lies in different plane. Then $\stackrel{\to }{A}+\stackrel{\to }{B}+\stackrel{\to }{C}\ne 0$ i.e., always can't be zero.