
Note that ∠MQP = ∠MPQ so ∆QMP is isosceles.
MQ = MP = 18
∆MRQ is 306090, with a hypotenuse of 18
RQ = 9√3posted by Steve

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I've checked over and over and found that it's correct. RQ is literally half of MPposted by Sid
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