Question is: Name a point that is coplanar with points B, C, and G.
I don't think B and G are coplanar because they are in different planes. It doesn't make sense to find fourth point that is coplanar with three given points. It looks like three given points themselves are not coplanar.
Please help in solving this problem. Explain the answer.
This is high school geometry problem.
The figure needed to solve this problem is attached.
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