Assuming that you do not mean a heavenly body, all that can be said is that the measure of one exterior angle of a polygon is 52 degrees: nothing more.
180-interior angle = exterior angle
The measure of the exterior angle.
It is: 180-vertex angle = exterior angle
Exterior angle+interior angle=180 degrees and 180-exterior angle=interior angle
Usually, the measure of an exterior angle of a pentagon is greater.
Each exterior angle will measure 9 degrees
It is: 180-exterior angle = interior angle because there are 180 degrees on a straight line
The largest exterior angle measure is 120o. It is the exterior measure of an equilateral triangle (which is a regular polygon).
With a protractor or if you know the exterior angle then it's 180 - exterior angle = interior angle
360/number of sides = exterior angle
Each interior angle of a decagon is 144 degrees.An exterior angle is 180 - measure of interior angle.There exterior angle of decagon is 180-144which is equal to-36
by subtracting the interior angle from 360
Providing that it's a regular decagon then each exterior angle will measure 36 degrees
Providing that it is a regular hexagon then each exterior angle will measure 60 degrees
Providing that it is a regular polygon then each exterior angle will measure 12 degrees
Measure of each exterior angle: 360/16 = 22.5 degrees
The measure of the exterior angle of a convex octagon is indeterminate.
exterior angle theorem
It is: 180-exterior angle = interior angle
Each exterior angle measures 40 degrees
Interior angle + Exterior angle = 180 So Interior angle = 180 - Exterior angle Interior angle = 4*Exterior angle + 30 Substitute for Interior angle: 180 - Exterior angle = 4*Exterior angle + 30 Collect like terms: 150 = 5*Exterior angle Divide by 5: Exterior angle = 30 deg Therefore number of sides = 360/30 = 12