Q: The total of the measures of two angles equals 90 degrees?

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The measures of the interior angles of a hexagon add up to 720 degrees.

Two right angles (90 degrees each) equal 180 degrees (a straight angle).

The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon add up to 360 degrees.

Total sum add up to 360 degrees.

A 13 sided polygon also called a triskaidecagon or tridecaogn has a total 1980 degrees for its interior angles.

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Each interior angle of a regular hexagon measures 120 degrees. It has a total of 720 degrees of interior angles and a total of 360 degrees of exterior angles.

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The total of the interior angles equal 5040, and each angle measures 168 degrees The total of the exterior angles equal 360, and each angle measures 12 degrees

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The measures of the interior angles of a hexagon add up to 720 degrees.

Two right angles (90 degrees each) equal 180 degrees (a straight angle).

its 2880 degrees total

Interior angles add up to 1080 degrees Exterior angles add up to 360 degrees So: 1080+360 = 1440 degrees

The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon add up to 360 degrees.

Total sum add up to 360 degrees.