Q: What is the measure of the interior angles of a 12 sided polygon?

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The interior angles of a 12 sided polygon add up to: (12-2)*180 = 1800 degrees

Interior angles total 2520 degrees

The angles in a 15 sided polygon add up to 2340 degrees

The interiior angles of a 15 sided polygon add up to 2340 degrees

Sum of interior angles of ANY n-sided polygon is (2n - 4) right angles. In this case 28 x 90 ie 2520o

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The sum of the interior angles of a 12 sided polygon add up to 1800 degrees.

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

The interior angles of a 12 sided polygon add up to: (12-2)*180 = 1800 degrees

The interior angles add up to 12,240 degrees

The 13 interior angles of a 13 sided polygon add up to 1,980 degrees

Interior angles total 2520 degrees

3240o

The angles in a 15 sided polygon add up to 2340 degrees

The interiior angles of a 15 sided polygon add up to 2340 degrees

A 13 sided regular polygon

If the interior angles add up to 1800 degrees then it is a 12 sided polygon.

Sum of interior angles of ANY n-sided polygon is (2n - 4) right angles. In this case 28 x 90 ie 2520o