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    J = 2: “parallel and same direction” because adding 2 vectors with same direction (and same magnitude) will result in the largest possible vector.

    J = 0; “parallel and opposite direction” because adding 2 vectors with opposite direction (and same magnitude) will result in smallest possible vector, the zero vector.

    J = 1; “perpendicular to each other” because from the pythagoras theorem the resulting vector will have a magnitude between that of 0 and 2.

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