Q: How do you work out the number of sides in a regular polygon that has an exterior angle?

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Exterior angle regular polygon = 360° ÷ number of sides = 360° ÷ W Interior angle regular polygon = 180° - exterior angle regular polygon = 180° - (360° ÷ number of sides ) = 180° - (360° ÷ W)

360/number of sides = exterior angle

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

360/exterior angle = number of sides of a regular polygon

360/number of sides = each exterior angle

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Exterior angle regular polygon = 360° ÷ number of sides = 360° ÷ W Interior angle regular polygon = 180° - exterior angle regular polygon = 180° - (360° ÷ number of sides ) = 180° - (360° ÷ W)

360/number of sides = exterior angle

360/number of sides = exterior angle

360/number of sides = exterior angle

180-interior angle = exterior angle If it's a regular polygon then: 360/number of sides = exterior angle

by the number of sides, 'n' of that particular polygon. by the exterior angle. Therefore, the number of sides of the polygon is 24 sides.

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

360/exterior angle = number of sides of a regular polygon

exterior angle of regular polygon is always 360 divided by number of sides, so number of sides = 360 divided by exterior angle, in this case 360/32.72 ie 11.

360/number of sides = each exterior angle

360/number of sides = each exterior angle

A polygon with any number of sides can have an exterior angle that is larger than the corresponding interior angle. However, a triangle is the only regular polygon where the exterior angle is larger.