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If x and y belong to the set {2, 4}, and x^ky = x^(ly2−8), is kl > 2?

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Submitted option C as an answer but feel like B is the answer, if anyone is able to solve with B then could you please post the solution.
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Bunuel could you please provide assist to understand why D is answer.
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