Q: How do you find a exterior angle?

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180 minus interior angle = exterior angle because there are 180 degrees on a straight line

Each interior angle: 140 degrees Each exterior angle: 40 degrees

Providing that it is a regular hexagon then each exterior angle will measure 60 degrees

false but You can find the measure of an exterior angle by using supplementary angles.

Exterior angle+interior angle=180 degrees and 180-exterior angle=interior angle

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the hypotenuse is the exterior angle

180 - interior angle = exterior angle

No, you cannot find the exterior angle before the interior because the interior angles can vary in many ways.

By dividing number of its sides into 360 will give you the exterior angle.

Subtract it from 180

180 minus interior angle = exterior angle because there are 180 degrees on a straight line

The interior angle and the exterior angle are supplementary. That's why you learned about supplementary angles ... or at least they were presented in class ... before polygons.

Firstly, we have to find exterior angle .To find exterior angle we have to use this formula 360/n (n = number of sides). ex:n=24,you have to do this-->360/24 that is equal to 15.So, the exterior angle of a 24 sized figure is 15o.Now, we have to find interior angle.To find interior angle we have to use this formula 180 -exterior angle.ex:180-15=165.So, dude did you understand and now you dough is cleared .Strike off the dough.

Each interior angle: 140 degrees Each exterior angle: 40 degrees

360 /each exterior angle

Providing that it is a regular hexagon then each exterior angle will measure 60 degrees

false but You can find the measure of an exterior angle by using supplementary angles.