The four lines drawn from the vertices of any tetrahedron to the centroid of the opposite faces meet in a point whose

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Q 2175578466.     The four lines drawn from the vertices of any tetrahedron
to the centroid of the opposite faces meet in a point whose
distance from each vertex is `k` times the distance from each
vertex to the opposite face, where `k` is
A

`1/3`

B

`1/2`

C

`3/4`

D

`5/4`

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