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Q: What figure has two conguruent sides and its angles measure up to 180 degrees?

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The interior angles measure 360 degrees.

Each angle has a measure of 120 degrees

You could estimate. If it is not right, it is between 90 degrees and 0 degrees. If it is between right and straight angles, it would be between 90 degrees and 180 degrees. You can sort of figure out roughly where each and measurement was.

If all of the angles add to 180 degrees the figure is a triangle. * * * * * That is if they form a plane figure. Angles that add to 1890 degrees are called supplementary angles.

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Triangle or Pyramid

a rhombus

The angles have the same measure. In the reflection the order of the angles are changed from clockwise to counterclockwise.

If interior measure means interior angles, their sum is 360 degrees. Also, whether the figure is convex is irrlevant.

You might be able to figure this out for yourself, based on the following information:* The angles of a triangle must add up to 180 degrees. * A right angle has a measure of 90 degrees.

The sum of the four inside angles in any 4-sided figure is 360 degrees.

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