The angles of a polygon are not directly related to the measurement of the perimeter. If you measure a perimeter of a pentagon in inches and then again in centimetres, the measurement number will change but the pentagon will remain the same.
Interior angles are 108 degrees.
Assuming I understand your question, the exterior angle of a regular pentagon is 72 degrees
360/5 = 72 degrees
the perimeter of a pentagon 30 that is the perimeter because the pentagon has 5 sides and the measurement of each side measures to 6 inches so you multiply 5x2=30
60 * * * * * No it is not. It is 360/5 = 72 degrees.
A pentagon is a polygon with five sides. The perimeter is the distance around the outside of the shape. To figure out the perimeter of a regular pentagon, you can add all the sides together or take the measurement of one side and multiply it by five So that means the answer is: P=5a
The measurement of an interior angle of a pentagon depends on whether the pentagon is a "regular pentagon". The sum of the measures of the interior angles of any polygon can be calculated using the formula (n-2)180, where n = the number of sides. If the pentagon is a regular pentagon, then all of the interior angles are congruent (i.e. : 144 degrees). Interior angle is the inside angle of any angular object. A triangle for instance has three outside angles and three interior angles, the angles of the points from the inside.
It was named after a pentagon, it wasn't the 'Pentagon' that named the 'pentagon'.
The measurement for the other three angles are 107 degrees.
They are both the same. Pentagon is just a shorter way of saying the pentagon building. As for if you meant the shape pentagon, it is called the pentagon because it's shape is a pentagon.