Q: What is the total measure of the interior angles in a trapezoid?

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The 4 interior angles of any trapezoid, including those that are isosceles, always add up to 360 degrees

The four interior angles of a trapezoid add up to 360 degrees.Just like any other 4-sided figure.

Triangles have 3 interior angles that measure 180 degrees total.

The interior angles measure 360 degrees.

Interior angles total 2520 degrees

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The sum of the interior angles is 360 degrees.

A trapezoid is a quadrilateral and like all quadrilaterals it will have a total sum of 360 degrees of interior angles.

The interior angles of ANY trapezium sum to 360 degrees.

The 4 interior angles of any trapezoid, including those that are isosceles, always add up to 360 degrees

The four interior angles of a trapezoid add up to 360 degrees.Just like any other 4-sided figure.

Triangles have 3 interior angles that measure 180 degrees total.

A trapezium is a quadrilateral and the sum of the interior angles of any quadrilateral is 360 degrees.

(number of sides - 2)*180 = total sum of interior angles

360 degrees

The interior angles measure 360 degrees.

Interior angles total 2520 degrees

Sadly, there is no such shape. There is a heptagon or an octagon but a hectogon simply does not exist. And, since it does not exist, it has no interior angles. And since there are no interior angles, there is no total measure for them. I suggest you check out a mathematical site or a dictionary and figure out what you want and re-post the corrected question.