# Problem #94

 94 The length of diameter $AB$ is a two digit integer. Reversing the digits gives the length of a perpendicular chord $CD$. The distance from their intersection point $H$ to the center $O$ is a positive rational number. Determine the length of $AB$. $[asy]pointpen=black; pathpen=black+linewidth(0.65); pair O=(0,0),A=(-65/2,0),B=(65/2,0); pair H=(-((65/2)^2-28^2)^.5,0),C=(H.x,28),D=(H.x,-28); D(CP(O,A));D(MP("A",A,W)--MP("B",B,E));D(MP("C",C,N)--MP("D",D)); dot(MP("H",H,SE));dot(MP("O",O,SE));[/asy]$ This problem is copyrighted by the American Mathematics Competitions.
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