The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon is equal to 360 degrees.
No because an exterior angle and an interior angle of a polygon add up to 180 degrees but exterior angles around a polygon add up to 360 degrees
15 equal sides
Interior angles are equal and sides are equal in length and exterior angles add up to 360 degrees
If the 12-sided polygon is 'regular', then each of its exterior angles is 30 degrees. Whether the polygon is regular or not, all 12 of its exterior angles still add up to 360 degrees, but they may not all be equal.
The exterior angles of any polygon add up to 360 degrees
In any REGULAR polygon, the exterior angles should equal 360 degrees.
The sum of the exterior angles of any regular polygon is equal to 360 degrees.
The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon, however many sides it has, is 360 degrees. If the 20 sided polygon is regular, its angles are equal, and each is then 360/20 = 18 degrees.
The total of the interior angles equal 5040, and each angle measures 168 degrees The total of the exterior angles equal 360, and each angle measures 12 degrees
Exterior angles add up to 360 degrees Interior angles add up to 1260 degrees