Posted by **john** on Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 7:00pm.

All three planes in the figure provided are parallel. They are cut by lines containing points A, B and C and X, Y and Z. Each of these points lies in a plane. If BC=8 cm, YZ=10 cm and XY=14 cm, find AB.

A.)10 1/2 cm

B.)10.2 cm

C.)11 1/5 cm

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