Q: What shape is always 360 degrees?

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360 degrees The exterior sum of any polygon is always 360 degrees.

A shape can usually be rotated through a full circle of 360 degrees.

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Exterior degrees 360 Interior degrees 540

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360 degrees The exterior sum of any polygon is always 360 degrees.

It is because if you shorten the sides yet keep the angles the same size, the shape will eventually become a pinwheel and thus, because a circle is always 360 degrees, the outer angles will always be 360 degrees.

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360 interior degrees and 360 exterior degrees

The sum of the interior angles is 8x180 degrees or 1440 degrees. The sum of the exterior angles is always 360 degrees.

The sum of the exterior angles of any (closed) shape will always be 360 degrees. The exterior angles of any polygon always add up to 360 degrees * * * * * The second of the above two answers is more accurate. A closed shape can be a circle, which does not have exterior angles.

A shape can usually be rotated through a full circle of 360 degrees.

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360 degrees

No, they are always less than 360 degrees.

Exterior degrees 360 Interior degrees 540

Exterior degrees 360 Interior degrees 1080