Q: What quadrilateral has 2 angles of 45 135 45 135 degrees?

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Angles are measured in degrees, not sides.

Interior angle: 135 degrees Exterior angle: 45 degrees

Each exterior angle 45 degrees Each interior angle 135 degrees

Individual angles in an octagon can have any measure - anything between 0 and 360 degrees. Only the sum of the angles has to total a certain amount (in the case of the octagon, 6 x 180 degrees). A regular octagon has internal angles of 135 degrees and external angles of 45 degrees.

Angles are supplementary if they add up to 180. So, with some algebra 45+x=180 x=180-45=135

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If it is a 4-sided parallelogram, then its interior angles are 135, 135, 45 and 45 degrees because opposite angles are equal and the 4 angles add up to 360 degrees.

There are 4 angles in quadrilateral. 2 angles bisected would yield 2 each 45 degrees angles (or less) and the other 2 angles would yield (bisected ) 45 degrees (or more)!

Angles are measured in degrees, not sides.

135 degrees. Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees so the supplementary to 45 is 180 - 45 =135.

Many different quadrilaterals can have those angles. Depending upon the lengths of the sides, where the angles are and how many pairs of parallel sides it has, it could be: A cyclic quadrilateral, a trapezium, a parallelogram or a rhombus.

Opposite angle is 45 degrees and the other 2 angles are both 135 degrees the perimeter has nothing to do with the angles.

Interior angle: 135 degrees Exterior angle: 45 degrees

It is: 45 degrees because 135+45 = 180 degrees

Each exterior angle is 45 degrees Each interior angle is 135 degrees

135 degrees is the supplement of 45 degrees. When you minus 45 degrees from 180 degrees you will get 135 degrees which is the supplement angle of 45 degrees.

The complement is 45 degrees. The supplement is 135 degrees.

Let the biggest angle be x:- If: 1/3x+1/3x+x+x = 360 degrees Then: 2x and 2/3x or 8/3x = 360 degrees So: x = 360 divided by 8/3 => 135 degrees Therefore the four angles are: 45+45+135+135 = 360 degrees Note that an isosceles trapezoid is a 4 sided quadrilateral with a pair of opposite parallel lines of diferent lengths and equal length slanted sides with its base angles being equal making its 4 inside angles adding uo to 360 degrees in common with other quadrilaterals.