-- The smallest possible number of sides for a polygon is 3, in a triangle.
If the triangle is regular, then each interior angle is 60 degrees.
-- The next polygon is the quadrilateral, with 4 sides. If the quadrilateral
is regular, then each interior angle is 90 degrees.
-- We can see that as the number of sides increases, the interior angles get bigger.
-- So the triangle is the polygon with the smallest interior angles.
And those are 60 degrees, so a polygon with all45-degree interior angles
isn't possible. Some of them could be, but never all.
Any polygon can have two interior angles of 12 degrees. No polygon can have all its interior angles of 12 degrees.
If all of the interior angles of the polygon add up to 180 degrees, then the polygon is a triangle.
If each interior angles is 179 degrees, then the polygon has 360 sides
The interior angles add up to 3600 degrees
The interior angles of a regular polygon must be 60 degrees or greater.
The interior angles of a 10 sided polygon add up to 1440 degrees
The interior angles of a 23 sided polygon add up to 3780 degrees
A polygon whose interior angles are 2880 degrees has 18 sides.
The interior angles add up to 5940 degrees
The interior angles add up to 6840 degrees
A polygon that has a sum of 2520 degrees of interior angles has 16 sides
The sum of the interior angles of any regular polygon of n sides is equal to 180(n - 2) degrees. 6840 degrees
The sum of the interior angles of any regular polygon of n sides is equal to 180(n - 2) degrees. 6660 degrees.
It will have 28 sides if its interior angles add up to 4680 degrees
A polygon of 15 sides has interior angles that add up to 2340 degrees.
The angles between adjacent sides of a polygon that are interior to the polygon. If the polygon is convex, the interior angles are always less than 180 degrees. If it is concave, at least one interior angle will be greater than 180 degrees.
It will have 5 sides and it is a pentagon.
It is 4500 degrees.
Exterior angles = 360 degrees Interior angles = 2340 degrees