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In the figure, lines l and m are parallel. What is the value of x ?

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D is the answer

by a) we know that z=t , equal opp angles
so 2t=120
t=60
t + x=180 , so x=60
enough to answer

by b) y-z=60
we know that y+z=180

solve these two eqn
we get y=120
y=x , equal opp angles so x=120, enough to answer

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In the figure, lines l and m are parallel. What is the value of x ?

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