# You are given two vectors, one pointing in the x direction and the other pointing in the y direction. is it possible to find a third vector so that the sum of the three vectors is equal to zero?

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A $200,000 loan is to be repaid over 20 years in equal monthly installments of

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If 7 knicks = 2 knacks and 3 knacks = 4 knocks, how many knicks are equal to 24 knocks?