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Q: What is the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a polygon with twelve sides?

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12 sides, 12 angles, 12 vertices

A dodecagon is a polygon that has twelve sides. A regular dodecagon has twelve internal angles of 150 degrees each.

If the 12-sided polygon is 'regular', then each of its exterior angles is 30 degrees. Whether the polygon is regular or not, all 12 of its exterior angles still add up to 360 degrees, but they may not all be equal.

A 12 sided figure is called a dodecagon. This type of polygon has 12 angles and each angle equals 150 degrees.

dodeckagon

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Exterior angles add up to 360 degrees Interior angles add up to 1800 degrees

Example: a regular dodecagon (twelve sides) The sum of the interior angles of any regular polygon of n sides is equal to 180(n - 2) degrees. 180 x 10 = 1800 There are twelve angles. 1800/12 = 150

12 sides, 12 angles, 12 vertices

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A dodecagon is a polygon that has twelve sides. A regular dodecagon has twelve internal angles of 150 degrees each.

Twelve is my guess. The question is unclear. A polygon does not have one "length".

Dodecagon A polygon which has 12 straight sides. A regular dodecagon has all 12 sides equal and all interior angles equal. An older word for dodecagon is duodecagon.

If the 12-sided polygon is 'regular', then each of its exterior angles is 30 degrees. Whether the polygon is regular or not, all 12 of its exterior angles still add up to 360 degrees, but they may not all be equal.

A twelve sided polygon is called a dodecagon.

A twelve sided polygon is called a dodecahedron. No, that is a twelve faced solid (3-D) object. A 12 sided polygon is a dodecagon.

There would be twelve angles in all: six each of two complementary measures (or 12 right angles).

a twelve sided polygon

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