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The figure below shows a trapezoid, ABCD, having side AB parallel to side DC. The diagonals AC and BD intersect at point O. If the length of AO is three times the length of CO, the length of DC is three times the length of OC three times the length of DO one-third of the length of AC one-third of the length of AB

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