Each exterior angle: 72 degrees Each interior angle: 108 degrees
It is: 180-exterior angle = interior angle because there are 180 degrees on a straight line
Interior angle 156 degrees Exterior angle 24 degrees 360/24 = 15 sides
Exterior = 36 degrees Interior = 144 degrees
Each exterior angle measures 20 degrees Each interior angle measures 160 degrees
Interior + Exterior = 180 and Interior = 5*Exterior So interior = 150 degrees and exterior = 30 degrees. Nothing more may be said unless it is known that the polygon is regular.
The sum of each pair of interior and exterior angles of a polygon is always 180 degrees.
It has 32 sides and each interior angle measures 168.75 degrees and so 180-168.75 = 11.25 degrees which is the measure of each exterior angle
A regular polygon of 30 sides will each have an exterior angle of 12 degrees and an interior angle of 168 degrees.