Q: How many sides does a polygon have if its interior angles add up to 9180 degrees?

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The interior angles of a regular polygon must be 60 degrees or greater.

The interior angles add up to 5940 degrees

Exterior angles = 360 degrees Interior angles = 2340 degrees

The 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees

The interior angles of a regular polygon cannot be less than 60 degrees so 24 degrees is not possible. ------------------------------- However a regular polygon with EXTERIOR angles of 24° has 360° ÷ 24° = 15 sides.

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The interior angles of a regular polygon must be 60 degrees or greater.

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15 sides

The interior angles add up to 3600 degrees

The sum of the interior angles of any regular polygon of n sides is equal to 180(n - 2) degrees. 6840 degrees

The sum of the interior angles of any regular polygon of n sides is equal to 180(n - 2) degrees. 6660 degrees.

The interior angles of a 10 sided polygon add up to 1440 degrees

The interior angles of a 23 sided polygon add up to 3780 degrees

The angles between adjacent sides of a polygon that are interior to the polygon. If the polygon is convex, the interior angles are always less than 180 degrees. If it is concave, at least one interior angle will be greater than 180 degrees.