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If x is a point on line AB and Y, Z are the points outside such that \[\angle AXY = {45^ \circ }\] and \[\angle YXZ = {60^ \circ }\] then \[\angle AXZ\] is equal to
A. \[{120^ \circ }\]
B. \[{135^ \circ }\]
C. \[{150^ \circ }\]
D. \[{105^ \circ }\]

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Hint: x is a point on line AB and Y, Z are the points outside.We will solve this problem by drawing the diagram and getting the angles in consideration such that \[\angle AXZ\] is the sum of both the two angles given. So we can simply say that option D is the answer but we will write it in detail.

Step by step solution:
Given that, x is a point on line AB and Y, Z are the points outside. So we will draw this first.
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This is the figure we will consider here. We have to find the angle coloured blue.
Now from figure we can clearly see that,
\[\angle AXZ = \angle AXY + \angle YXZ\]
Then just putting the values we get,
\[ \Rightarrow \angle AXZ = {45^ \circ } + {60^ \circ }\]
On adding the angles,
\[ \Rightarrow \angle AXZ = {105^ \circ }\]

Thus option D is the correct answer.

Note that the angle so formed here and the angle to be found are coincidently same thus it is easy to find. Also note that Y and Z are outside the line means they are not on the line AB like point x.
In case you were asked to find the angles related to point B we then need to make calculations like angles in linear pair and all. So be careful when you read the question!