Best Answer

No because they add up to 180 degrees

Q: Does the measures of an exterior angle and the adjacent interior angle add up to a 360 degree?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

180 - 36 = 144 degrees.

1440 degrees

Interior Angle Degree measure = 120o Exterior Angle Dergree measure = 60o

Each exterior angles measures 40 degrees Each interior angle measures 140 degrees

Sum of interior angles - 180 degree (each side 60 degree) Sum of exterior angles of a polygon - 360 degree

Related questions

180 - 36 = 144 degrees.

1440 degrees

Interior Angle Degree measure = 120o Exterior Angle Dergree measure = 60o

Exterior

Each exterior angles measures 40 degrees Each interior angle measures 140 degrees

Sum of interior angles - 180 degree (each side 60 degree) Sum of exterior angles of a polygon - 360 degree

45 I guess

Its interior angles are 36, 60 and 84 degrees respectively with its greatest exterior angle being 144 degrees.

100 degree, 40 degree and 40 degree.

360

because INTERIOR ANGLE 180 AND the exterior angle 180 so 180+180=360

Interior angles: 120 degrees Exterior angles: 60 degrees