Imagine a point with n vectors (all with equal magnitude) coming out from that point that equally cancel each other out in magnitude. How would you calculate the equal angle between n vectors?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example: 2 vectors (equal magnitudes) coming from one point that cancel each others magnitude would have 180 degrees between the vectors, 6 vectors (equal magnitudes) would have 90 degrees between all vectors, etc.

Is there an equation for this type of problem?

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# B Compute Angle Between Multiple 3d Vectors

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