Q: What polygon has a total angle measure of 18000?

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Total 1440o; if regular, each angle = 144o

Interior angles total 2520 degrees

the formula for the total number of degrees in a polygon is (x=number of sides) (x-2)180=total degree measure and you divide that number by x to get each angle measure of a regular polygon. so ((x-2)180)/x=30 solve for x and you get x=2.4 you can't have 2.4 sides in a polygon. so no, a regular polygon can't have an interior angle of 30 degrees

Total of interior angles of an n-sided polygon is 180n -360 or (2n -4) right angles. If the polygon is regular then each angle is the total obtained above divided by n.

The sum of the exterior angles of any polygon is 360 degrees.

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Total 1440o; if regular, each angle = 144o

There is no polygon with a total angle measure of 200 degrees. The sum of angle measures of a polygon equals to [180 degrees(n - 2)], where n is the number of its sides and n is at least 3.

Interior angles total 2520 degrees

The exterior angles of a polygon always total 360 degrees. That doesn't even depend on how many sides the polygon has.

the formula for the total number of degrees in a polygon is (x=number of sides) (x-2)180=total degree measure and you divide that number by x to get each angle measure of a regular polygon. so ((x-2)180)/x=30 solve for x and you get x=2.4 you can't have 2.4 sides in a polygon. so no, a regular polygon can't have an interior angle of 30 degrees

To find the total degrees of a polygon take the number of sides n:(n-2) * 180which means that the total degrees is 540 and the measure of each angle is 108

Total of interior angles of an n-sided polygon is 180n -360 or (2n -4) right angles. If the polygon is regular then each angle is the total obtained above divided by n.

The sum of the exterior angles of any polygon is 360 degrees.

Total exterior angles of any polygon = 360 deg. In this case there are 6 exterior angles, so each angle is 60 deg.

The sum of an adjacent interior and its exterior angle will total to 360°. If the angles were to be equal, they would both have to be 180°. An angle of 180° is a straight line. A polygon may be composed of straight lines that intersect at vertices but a straight line has no vertex. That being the case, the answer to your question is "No".

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