Q: How many sides does a regular polygon have if each exterior angle measures 72?

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1440 degrees

1440 degrees

If it's a regular polygon then each exterior angle measures 36 degrees

Each exterior angle measures 15 degrees

1800 degrees

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The sum of a regular polygon's interior angles is always equal to (n-2) * 180, where n is the number of sides in the polygon. Given that one exterior angle measures 40 degrees, we can find the interior angle by subtracting 40 from 180 degrees (since the exterior and interior angles are supplementary) to get 140 degrees. So, the sum of the interior angles of the regular polygon is 140 * n.

1440 degrees

1440 degrees

If it's a regular polygon then each exterior angle measures 36 degrees

Each exterior angle measures 36 degrees

Each exterior angle measures 15 degrees

1800 degrees

360 degrees and the polygon is an equilateral triangle.

A regular polygon that has an exterior angle of 60 degrees = 360/60 = 6 sides and it is an hexagon

The sum of the exterior angles of a regular polygon = 360° If an exterior angle measures 8° then the number of sides = 360/8 = 45

1440 degrees

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