A regular polygon that has 180 degrees is an equilateral triangle.
It has 180 sides if the interior of the (regular) polygon has a total of 178 'degrees'.
5 sides and it is a regular pentagon
The polygon has 16 sides :)
A regular polygon with exterior angles of 30 degrees has: 360/30 = 12 sides
It cannot be a regular polygon with interior angles of 24 degrees since the smallest interior angle in a regular polygon is 60 degrees. If it is an irregular polygon, then any one of them, with 3 or more sides, can have an angle of 24 degrees.
It will have 6 sides
15 equal sides
Providing that its a regular polygon then it will have 12 sides
That's true if the interior angles are 108 degrees, but a regular polygon cannot have exterior angles of 108 degrees.
The only regular polygon with an interior angle of 90 degrees is the square, which has four sides. Other polygons can have an interior angle of 90 degrees, but they would not be regular polygons.
If it is a regular polygon then it will have 360/12 equals 30 sides
The interior angles of a regular polygon must be 60 degrees or greater.
It will have 20 sides
No matter how many sides it has, the exterior angles of a regular polygon add up to 360 degrees. So 360/17.14 = 21 sides.
It will have 12 sides and it is a dodecagon
8 and it is called a regular octagon
A regular polygon will have 360 sides with exterior angles of 181 degrees.
How many sides does a regular polygon have if each exterior angle measures 20?
If each interior angle is 175 degrees then the polygon will have 72 sides