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A diagram that shows What is the value of x? (1) l1 is

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A diagram that shows

What is the value of x?

(1) l1 is parallel to l2

(2) y = 70

You have the usual 5 options to choose from in a DS question. Why is the relationship between x and y important to determine the value of x?
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E it should be.
We don't know relationship between l3 and l4.

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We do not know whether l3 and l4 is parallel or not.

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