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Q: How many degrees are in a 13 sided polygon?

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A 13 sided regular polygon

Providing that it is a regular polygon then each interior angle will measure 160 degrees

The sum of the interior angle measure of a 13-sided polygon is 1980 degrees. It is solved by doing: 180(s-2) 180(13-2) 180(11) = 1980 degrees *s- meaning sides*

The sum of the exterior angles is always 360 degrees.

The measure of a single internal angle of any regular polygon is equal to 180 (n - 2) / n. Therefore, an internal angle of a regular icosikaiheptagon (27-sided polygon) is equal to 13.3 recurring, or 13 and one third, degrees. It thereby follows that a measure of the external angle of the same polygon is equal to 180 - 13 and one third = 166.6 recurring, or 166 and two thirds, degrees.

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A 13 sided polygon also called a triskaidecagon or tridecaogn has a total 1980 degrees for its interior angles.

The 13 interior angles of a 13 sided polygon add up to 1,980 degrees

The interior angles of a 13 sided polygon add up to 1980 degrees

A 13 sided polygon interior angles add up to 1980 degrees.

A 13 sided polygon interior angles add up to 1980 degrees

The interior angle of a 13 sided polygon can have any value between 0 and 360 degrees.

The interior angles will sum to 180*(13-2)= 1980 degree

A 13 sided polygon is called a Tridecagon also a Triskaidecagon.

A 13 sided regular polygon

1980 degrees

152.307692 repeating degrees

1980 degrees.

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