# Math III

In the pulley system shown in this figure, MQ=10 in., NP=3 in., and QP=24 in. Find MN

a. 25
b. 26
c. 27
d. 28

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1. We can not see the figure.

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There is one large circle and one small circle, connected by two lines.
M splits the circle by two, whilst N splits the other circle by two.
Angle M is approximately 160 degrees whilst the other is also 160

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