Posted by **Emory** on Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at 10:54am.

Which descriptor could be used to characterize three lines that intersect at the corner of a cube:

coplanar, cubic, concurrent, or complementary?

A) Coplanar

B) Cubic

C) Concurrent

D) Complementary

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