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Q: What kind of angles do you see in the letter N?

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The letter "N" as two acute angles.

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The interior angles sum to 180*(N - 2) degrees.The interior angles sum to 180*(N - 2) degrees.The interior angles sum to 180*(N - 2) degrees.The interior angles sum to 180*(N - 2) degrees.

For a polygon with n sides (n angles), there are (n - 1) remote interior angles for each exterior angle.

the sum of interior angles in a heptagon is = 900 For any 'n' sided figure , you can find out the sum of interior angles by a formula : (n-2) * 180 where n= no of sides

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The letter "N" as two acute angles.

Homework help has a great explanation of the answer to this question (see reference for the link).We use a formula to find the sum of the interior angles of any polygon. In this formula, the letter n stands for the number of sides, or angles, that the polygon has.sum of angles = (n - 2)180Â°So for a triangle (n = 3), The angles add to 180For a square (n = 4), the angles add to 360For a octagon (n = 8) the angles add to 1080

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Yes. Consider the two angles in the letter Z (or N). The diagonal line is common but the angles do not share a vertex.

The sum of the interior angles of an n-gon is (n-2)*180 degrees. If the n-gon is regular, its n angles are equal and in that case, each is (n-2)*180/n degrees.

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According to my reference, (see related link) no officially recognized countries start, and end with the letter "N"

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Sum of interior angles of n-sided polygon is (2n - 4) right angles or 180n - 360 degrees and you may commonly see this written in an equivalent form 180(n-2) degrees. Sum of exterior angles is always 360 degrees.

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