The Equiangular polygon is a classification of polygon which has equal measures of angles. Unlike the regular polygon, in which the measures of the angles are equal and the measures of the sides are equal. For example, look at quadrilaterals (i.e. polygons with 4 sides and 4 angles). A regular quadrilateral is a square; an equiangular quadrilateral is a rectangle. Not all rectangles are squares (although all squares are rectangles).
hmm * * * * * The sum of the interior angles of an n-sided polygon is 180*(n-2) degrees. IF the polygon is equiangular, then each angles is the above sum divided by n.
The interior angles of a polygon are (number of side -2)*180 = sum of angles
The interior and exterior angles would change.
The term regular polygon is almost always used to refer to a polygon that has equal interior angles and equal side lengths. In that light, the equiangular polygon and a regular polygon are the same thing.
The interior angles of a 14 sided polygon add up to 2160 degrees.
That's true of any polygon with four sides.
It depends on what type of polygon it is and how many angles it has.
a polygon that has all angles congruent is an equiangular .....