Q: The total of the angle measures of a----------- is always 180 degrees?

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The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon add up to 360 degrees.

sometimes,, you can have an odtuse angle 85 degrees and acute 23 degrees which is a total 108 degrees.

50 degrees. 45 and 85 add up to 130 and in a triangle there are 180 degrees in total in a triangle. So subtract and you get 50 degrees.

Two right angles (90 degrees each) equal 180 degrees (a straight angle).

Yes. A triangle has 180 degrees total, so if one of them is a right angle, which means it is 90 degrees, the sum of the remaining two angles is 180-90=90 degrees.

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Each interior angle of a regular hexagon measures 120 degrees. It has a total of 720 degrees of interior angles and a total of 360 degrees of exterior angles.

Complementary angles total 90°. The complementary angle of 27° is 90 -27 = 63°.

The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon add up to 360 degrees.

1800 degrees in total

sometimes,, you can have an odtuse angle 85 degrees and acute 23 degrees which is a total 108 degrees.

50 degrees. 45 and 85 add up to 130 and in a triangle there are 180 degrees in total in a triangle. So subtract and you get 50 degrees.

70 degreesA right triangle has a right angle that measures 90 degrees, and the total number of degrees in a triangle is 180 degrees.180 - 90 leaves 90 for the other two, and 90 - 20 = 70

The two acute angles total 90 degrees. If the larger angle is 4 times the smaller angle, then the smaller angle is 18 degrees and the larger angle is 72 degrees (4 x 18 degrees).

The law of any parallelogram says that the angle of one corner is the same as the angle opposite. So the other angles would also be 40 degrees and 140 degrees. Also note that this neatly adds up to a total of 360 degrees - all 4 sided shapes' angles must add up to 360 degrees, so you can work out the angles of a parallelogram just from knowing one angle.

Angle included by 50 and 34 = 21 degrees Angle included by 34 and 22 = 125 degrees Angle included by 22 and 50 = 34 degrees Total = 180 degrees

Two right angles (90 degrees each) equal 180 degrees (a straight angle).