Q: What is one angle measure of a regular pentagon?

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The measure of one angle of a regular pentagon is 108 degrees.

108 degrees

One interior angle of a regular 5 sided pentagon measures 108 degrees.

Each exterior angle of a regular 5 sided pentagon is 72 degrees.

Exterior angle of any regular n-sided polygon is 360/n degrees, in this case n = 5 so 72o

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The measure of one angle of a regular pentagon is 108 degrees.

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108 degrees

Each interior angle of a regular 5 sided pentagon measures 108 degrees

One interior angle of a regular 5 sided pentagon measures 108 degrees.

Each exterior angle of a regular 5 sided pentagon is 72 degrees.

Exterior angle of any regular n-sided polygon is 360/n degrees, in this case n = 5 so 72o

A pentagon (five sided regular polygon) has interior angles of 108°.

The measure of an exterior angle of an equiangular pentagon is 72 degrees. An equiangular pentagon is a regular pentagon that has five equal sides and five equal angles. An interior angle of a pentagon is equal to 108 degrees.

72 degreesOne exterior angle of a regular 5 sided pentagon is 360/5 = 72 degrees