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June 10th, 2019, 07:53 AM   #1
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3 vectors and the resultant vector

I have 3 current vectors of magnitude i/2 120 degrees apart nothing but a 3 phase signal. I want to calculate the resultant vector this is how I approached, I don't know which software to use to draw them, I have used drawio for drawing.
My question is the resultant vector is a Null vector. Is my result correct? Please advise.
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Yes.
3 vectors of equal magnitude uniformly spaced 120 degrees apart sum to 0.
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