Q: What is a decagons internal angle?

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The smallest internal angle possible for a regular polygon is 60 degrees. So either the angle is not 12 degrees or it is not an internal angle.

An obtuse angled triangle can have can have one internal angle of 120 degrees.

360 degrees take away the internal angle

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A regular polygon cannot have an internal angle of 10 degrees and any irregular polygon can.A regular polygon cannot have an internal angle of 10 degrees and any irregular polygon can.A regular polygon cannot have an internal angle of 10 degrees and any irregular polygon can.A regular polygon cannot have an internal angle of 10 degrees and any irregular polygon can.

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A triangle has an internal angle of 180/3 A square has an internal angle of 360/4 A pentagon has an internal angle of 540/5 An 'x'-agon has an internal angle (180(x-2))/x = (180x-360)/x = 180 - 360/x A 20-agon has an internal angle of 180 - 360/20 = 162

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The smallest internal angle possible for a regular polygon is 60 degrees. So either the angle is not 12 degrees or it is not an internal angle.

An obtuse angled triangle can have can have one internal angle of 120 degrees.

Yes 2 ten sided regular decagons can be similar or congruent to each other

There are decagons which will tessellate.

They are decagons.

360 degrees take away the internal angle

180-135 = 45 degrees