In the diagram below, we have MN is parallel to PQ. We also know that OM=9, OQ=6, and PN=25.

Find OP

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Saketh Oct 8, 2019

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If triangle OPQ's side lengths are 2/3 of OMN, then PN can be split so that OP is 2/3 of ON.

Basically, OP is 2/3 of ON. Together, they make up 25 (PN).

Can you solve from here?

CoolStuffYT Oct 8, 2019