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IMO it should be C but according to the source its B, Please help !

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B is the answer, you should use the "intercept theorem" (some times call thales' theorem)
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B is the answer, you should use the "intercept theorem" (some times call thales' theorem)
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New post 27 Jul 2009, 16:30
yeah definitely B, since with statement 1 alone, you have nothing related to length/height, only statement 2 gives a number (5m)...

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