Q: Polygon with all interior angles equal?

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This is a tautological question that does not have a proper answer. A regular polygon is one which has all its sides of equal length and all its interior angles of equal measure.

It is a regular polygon providing that its interior angles are equal as well.

Any polygon can have two interior angles of 12 degrees. No polygon can have all its interior angles of 12 degrees.

Sum of interior angles = (n-2)*180 degrees = 1080 deg So (n-2) = 1080/180 = 6 => n = 8. The polygon is, therefore, an octagon. However, there is no reason to assume that the interior angles of this polygon are all the same - they could all be different with the only constraint being their sum. IF, and that is a big if, the polygon were regular, then all its angles would be equal and each interior angle = 1080/8 = 135 degrees.

Exterior angles are equal and add up to 360 degrees Interior angles are equal and (n-2)*180 degrees = sum of interior angles whereas 'n' is number of its sides All sides are equal

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If all of its interior angles are equal then it is a regular polygon

Only when it is a regular polygon that all interior angles are of equal measure

A regular polygon.

This is a tautological question that does not have a proper answer. A regular polygon is one which has all its sides of equal length and all its interior angles of equal measure.

it's a regular polygon

If all of the interior angles of the polygon add up to 180 degrees, then the polygon is a triangle.

If the polygon is a regular polygon then all interior angels are equal to 180-(360/no of sides of the polygon)

yes always

Only if the polygon is a "regular" one.

An irregular polygon has not got all equal sides and all equal interior angles.

A regular polygon has all equal interior angles and all equal sides of the same length

It is a regular polygon providing that its interior angles are equal as well.