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ABCD is a square where M and N are midpoints of AD and CD, respectively. If sin∠MBN=a/b, where a and b are coprime positive integers, what is the value of a+b?

If we let x = ∠MBN and y=∠ABM=∠NBC, then
x+2y = pi/2
sin x = sin(pi/22y) = cos 2y = 12sin^2 y
Now, siny = 1/√5, so
sinx = 1  2(1/5) = 3/5
a+b=8
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