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All four measures are exactly 90 degrees

Q: What are the angle measurements of a square?

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The angles are all 90 degrees in a square.

One way is to use a protractor. There are others

The interior angle measurements of a regular pentagon is 180-(360/5), or 108 degrees.

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No. ((n-2) x 180)/n = ((5 - 2) x 180)/5 = 540/5 = 108 I cannot think of a regular polygon that has interior angle measurements of 72 degrees. (Triangle has 60, square has 90, and there is nothing in between.)

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No, they both have right-angles.

The angles are all 90 degrees in a square.

One way is to use a protractor. There are others

The interior angle measurements of a regular pentagon is 180-(360/5), or 108 degrees.

It means the sum of the angle measurements.

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The units are incompatible. Cubic measurements are for volume, square measurements are for area.

Each angle in a square is a right angle, or a 90 degree angle.

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No. ((n-2) x 180)/n = ((5 - 2) x 180)/5 = 540/5 = 108 I cannot think of a regular polygon that has interior angle measurements of 72 degrees. (Triangle has 60, square has 90, and there is nothing in between.)

A square is a polygon, not an angle!

Quadrilaterals have a constant total angle measurement of 360 degrees