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Q: What type of angle does a nonagon have?

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Each angle for a regular nonagon is 140 degrees each.

Providing that it is a regular nonagon then each exterior angle measures 40 degrees and each interior angle measures 140 degrees

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The exterior angles of a nonagon add up to 360 degrees.

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The measure of an interior angle of a regular nonagon is 140o. This is found in any polygon by multiplying 2 less than the number of sides by 180o and then dividing the product by the number of sides. A nonagon interior angle is then 7 x 180o/9 = 140o.

There is no such thing as a nanogon. However, there is a geometrical figure called a nonagon. An interior angle of a nonagon can have any value between 0 and 360 degrees (except 180); the only restriction is that the sum of all nine interior angles of a nonagon is 1260 degrees.

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It is called a Nonagon

The sum of the exterior angles in any polygon is 360 degrees. A nonagon has 9 sides, so to work out a single exterior angle, we divide 360 by 9, which is 40.

Each interior angle measures 140 degrees

A nonagon has 9 sides. It can have one or more 90 degree angles. If it is a regular nonagon then it has 180*7/9 for the interior angle measures which is 140 degrees.

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1260 degrees

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140 degrees

Each interior angle measures 140 degrees

Each interior angle measures 140 degrees

A nonagon or a polygon with 9 sides.

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140 degrees.

For a regular (all sides equal length) nonagon, each internal angle is 140 degrees <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonagon>

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