No angle has 10 sides. An angle has two sides.
An angle must have 2 sides or it is no longer an angle.
None. An angle has 2 sides.
interior angle = (sides - 2) * 180 / sides sides * interior angle = 180 * sides - 360 sides * (interior angle - 180) = -360 sides = -360 / (interior angle - 180) sides = 360 / (180 - interior angle) So, for 144 degrees: sides = 360 / 36 = 10
the intesection of the two sides of an angle is the angle 's?
two rays make up an angle, so the rays are the sides of the angle.
The length of the sides has nothing to do with the measure of the angle.
point of intersection of the sides of the angle; the vertex
They are the sides of an angle.
If a point is on the bisector of an angle, then it is equidistant from the two sides of the angle-apex
The sides of an angle are never segments....they are segments only if the sides are joined at some extent.
Not actually sides. Angles do not have sides, they have legs. All angle have two legs.
Sides in any angle can't be parallel. Lines intersect to form an angle.
The common end point of the sides (or arms) of an angle is the vertex of the angle.
It is an angle that on both sides it has a right angle
Yes a Right angle
the side of an angle measurement
the vertex of the angle
An angle with equal sides but not angles.
When measuring an angle you have to measure the sides using a protractor.
48 sides A formula for finding the number of sides of a regular polygon given an interior angle: 360/(180-angle)=sides
Interior angle 162 Exterior angle 18 It will have 20 sides
180-interior angle = exterior angle 360/exterior angle = number of sides