I think its this.... Find the interior. Then do 180 - the interior. That is the exterior. * * * * * The correct answer is that the sum of the exterior angles of any polygon is always 360 degrees.
The sum of each pair of interior and exterior angles of a polygon is always 180 degrees.
The interior angle of a polygon and its adjacent exterior angle can never be complementary.
Interior + Exterior = 180 and Interior = 5*Exterior So interior = 150 degrees and exterior = 30 degrees. Nothing more may be said unless it is known that the polygon is regular.
If the polygon has n sides, each exterior angle is 360/n degrees.The interior angle is 180 less exterior angle.
180 - interior angle = exterior angle
The exterior and interior angles of each vertex of a polygon add up to 180 degrees.
Exterior = 36 degrees Interior = 144 degrees
is 720 the interior angle or exterior if exterior then the answer is two if interior then the answer is six