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**In the Figure KE is parallel to LF which is parallel to MG which is parallel to NH etc. Also DK: KL= 2:1
DL:LM = 2:1
DM: MN=2:1 etc
If KE = 2 cm , calculate the length of the 10th parallel line,rounded off to one decimal place.(N.B NH is the 4th parallel line)

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