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Q: Can a internal angle add upto infinity?

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The internal angles of a quadrilateral add up to 360 degrees.

Exterior angles add upto 360 degrees Interior angles add up to 720 degrees Each interior angle is 120 degrees

A parallelogram has 4 interior angles that add up to 360 degrees.

you add the other 3 internal angles together and take the answer away from 180 and the number that is left is your answer.

The interior angles of a triangle add to 180 degrees. This is true for any triangle, whether it is obtuse angled, right angles or acute.

As Infinity means to be without end, adding infinity to infinity to infinity would not change that. Adding infinity to an infinity would be Infinity itself. However, this could change if other mathematical processes are done. ================================== When real math people run into the thing we call "infinity", they call it "undefined". It's not a number, and it doesn't participate in the operations of arithmetic like numbers do. So technically, this question describes a process that doesn't exist in math. A lot like asking "What is cow add stick add temperature add democracy ?"

The internal angles of any triangle add up to 180 degrees.

The sum of the internal angles is 540. Thus each internal angle is 108

The internal angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees so in an equilateral triangel each internal angle must be 60 degrees, as 3 x 60 = 180.

The 3 inside angles of any triangle add up to 180 degrees

The four internal angles add up to 360 degrees. The four external angles also add up to 360 degrees.

If you're referring to the internal angles of a triangle - the missing angle would be 30 degrees. Remember - in a flat triangle - the internal angles always add up to 180. Therefore - add up the angles you know, then subtract that from 180.

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