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First draw a straight line AB of whichever length. Now, take a compass and draw a ${{90}^{\circ }}$ angle using it at the two end points on the line AB. Even if we draw a single line at ${{90}^{\circ }}$ angle it won’t make much difference. We can also take a protractor and draw a ${{90}^{\circ }}$ angle.

Draw a straight line perpendicular to the line AB through those ${{90}^{\circ }}$ angles. Measure with a scale where you reach 5.5 cm height.

Now, draw a straight line passing from those two straight lines passing through ${{90}^{\circ }}$angles you have drawn from the line AB.

Additional information: A vector having a parallel line (facing the vector with an angle of ${{180}^{\circ }}$) is always equal in value with the given vector. The value here we are talking about is the i, j, k value which makes a vector.

Basically the magnitude of these two parallel vectors should be equal to each other even if they are far apart from each other.