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# In the figure above, lines P and Q are parallel to each othe

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In the figure above, lines P and Q are parallel to each other. If $$m∠x = 75°$$, what is the measure of $$∠y$$?

(A) 75°
(B) 85°
(C) 95°
(D) 105°
(E) 115°
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