Q: What is the interior measure of a 15-gon?

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No, the interior angles of a triangle measure 180° altogether.

Each interior angle will measure 156 degrees

The interior angles measure 360 degrees.

Each interior angle will measure 162 degrees

If interior measure means interior angles, their sum is 360 degrees. Also, whether the figure is convex is irrlevant.

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S of interior angles of ANY n-sided polygon is (2n -4) right angles, so 2 x 30 - 4 = 56, 56 x 90 = 5040 degrees

No, the interior angles of a triangle measure 180° altogether.

Each interior angle will measure 156 degrees

The interior angles measure 360 degrees.

Each interior angle will measure 162 degrees

If interior measure means interior angles, their sum is 360 degrees. Also, whether the figure is convex is irrlevant.

Only when it is a regular polygon that all interior angles are of equal measure

It will have 14 sides and each interior angle will measure 2160/14 degrees

No. The sum of the other two interior angles.

It will be an equilateral triangle and each interior angles measure 60 degrees.

It is: 180-exterior angle = interior angle

-- Measure, calculate, or somehow get the measure of each interior angle. -- Add them all up to get one number which is their sum. -- That one number is the sum of the interior angles.