Q. 114.1( 56 Votes )

Answer :

We know that two vectors are collinear if they have the same direction or are parallel or anti-parallel. They can be expressed in the form where a and b are vectors and 'm' is a scalar quantity.

From the question,

Let and

Here,

So, where, m=-2.

∴ The given two vectors are collinear.

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