Q: What are the angles of a 24 sided polygon?

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The exterior angles of any polygon add up to 360. 360/15 = 24

The interior angles of a 19 sided polygon add up to 3060 degrees

The interior angles of a 20 sided polygon add up to 3240 degrees

Basically when you have a 24 sided polygon you can split it up into 22 separate, non-overlapping triangles by drawing diagonals. Each triangle has 180 degrees, so the product, 22 times 180, gives you the sum of the interior angles of the 24 sided polygon.

The interior angles of an 11 sided polygon add up to 1620 degrees

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