The maximum probability of finding an electron, Chemistry

The maximum probability of finding an electron in the d xy  orbital is:

(1)  Along the x-axis

(2) Along the y-axis

(3)  At an angle of 45 0 degree  from the  x  and y-axes  

(4) At an angle of 900 degree   from the x   and y-axes

Ans:  At an angle of 45 degree  from the  x  and y-axes 

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