Q: What does the right triangles exterior sums have to equal?

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A diagonal bisecting a square creates two identical right triangles. The diagonal is the hypotenuse of a right triangles, so its length is the square root of the sums of the squares on the opposite two sides.

Exterior angles of a quadriltaeral add up to 1080° , each exterior angle is equal to the interior angle subtracted from 360°. The formula for checking sums of interior angles of any multilateral figure is (n-2)*180°, hence a quadilateral has 4 sides (n) (4-2)*180°=360°

7X8=56

Neither; the sums are equal.

An infinite number.

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The sum of the exterior angles of any regular polygon is equal to 360 degrees.

A diagonal bisecting a square creates two identical right triangles. The diagonal is the hypotenuse of a right triangles, so its length is the square root of the sums of the squares on the opposite two sides.

A angle that sums up to 180 degress

Exterior angles of a quadriltaeral add up to 1080° , each exterior angle is equal to the interior angle subtracted from 360°. The formula for checking sums of interior angles of any multilateral figure is (n-2)*180°, hence a quadilateral has 4 sides (n) (4-2)*180°=360°

Well, 1 is equal to 1. 9 is equal to 9. So any number from 0 to 9. I do not think this is what is meant by the question. If you mean any number with more than one digit. There is no such number. Because 11 sums to 2. 19 sums to 10. 21 sums to 3. 29 sums to 11. 111 sums 3. 119 sums to 11. The sums do not grow as fast the increase of digits.

7X8=56

360

Neither; the sums are equal.

An infinite number.

Yes

Each pair of interior and exterior angle sums to 180 degrees. Since a hexagon has 6 such pairs, the sum is 6*180 = 1080 degrees.

For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.For regular polygons, the interior angle must be a factor of 360 degrees.Irregular triangles and quadrilaterals (whose angle sums are factors of 360 degrees) will tessellate. For other polygons, I am not aware of any simple rule.