Consider the following program segment for a hypothetical CPU having three user registers $R_1, R_2$ and $R_3.$

\begin{array}{|l|l|c|} \hline \text {Instruction} & \text{Operation }& \text{Instruction size (in Words)} \\\hline \text{MOV $R_1,5000$}

& \text{$R1$} \leftarrow \text{Memory$[5000]$}& \text{$2$} \\\hline\text{MOV $R_2(R_1)$} & \text{$R2$} \leftarrow \text{Memory$[(R_1)]$}& \text{$1$} \\\hline \text{ADD $R_2,R_3$} & \text{$R_2$} \leftarrow \text{$R_2 + R_3$} & \text{$1$} \\\hline \text{MOV $6000,R_2$} & \text{Memory$[6000]$} \leftarrow \text{$R_2$} & \text{$2$} \\\hline \text{Halt} & \text{Machine Halts} & \text{$1$} \\\hline \end{array}

Let the clock cycles required for various operations be as follows:

\begin{array}{|l|l|} \hline \text {Register to/from memory transfer} & \text{3 clock cycles } \\\hline \text {ADD with both operands in register} & \text{1 clock cycles } \\\hline \text {Instruction fetch and decode} & \text{2 clock cycles }\\\hline \end{array}

The total number of clock cycles required to execute the program is

- $29$
- $24$
- $23$
- $20$