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Q: What is the size of each interior angle at each vertex of a regular pentagon?

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Each vertex angle of a polygon is composed of an external angle and an interior angle. These two angles are supplementary (total 180°). As the number of sides of a regular polygon increases then the external angle decreases and conversely, the interior angle increases. The interior angle of a regular pentagon (108°) is larger than the interior angle of a square (90°).

No. The interior angle of a regular pentagon is 108 degrees, the interior angle of a regular hexagon is 120 degrees. So, at the vertex, the three polygons will have angles adding up to 108+120+120 = 348 degrees. To tessellate, or cover the surface, they must add to 360 degrees.

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

Each interior angle of a pentagon is 108 degrees. 108 degrees

If it is a regular 5 sided pentagon then each interior angle is 108 degrees

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If it is a regular 5 sided pentagon then each interior angle is 108 degrees

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Each interior angle of a square is 90 degrees Each interior angle of a regular pentagon is 108 degrees

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The interior angle measurements of a regular pentagon is 180-(360/5), or 108 degrees.

It's 540 degrees for any pentagon, regular or not.

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