Q: A pentagon with one interior angle that measures 200 degrees is what type of polygon?

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A Pentagon has an interior angle of 108 degrees.

A pentagon is a plane area which is enclosed by five straight lines. It is, therefore, a polygon. The sum of the five interior angles of a pentagon sum to 540 degrees and so, each interior angle of a regular pentagon measures 108 degrees. A pentagon has five diagonals. It can have none of five axes of symmetry.

The interior angles of a 16 sided polygon add up to 2520 degrees If it's a regular polygon then each interior angle measures 157.5 degrees

1800 degrees

There are 5 interior angles and each one measures 108 degrees (180-72). Since the sum of exterior angles of any polygon is 360⁰, then that polygon would have 5 angles (360/72). So the sum of interior angle measures is 540⁰.

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Each interior angle measures 108 degrees and the 5 angles of the regular pentagon add up to 540 degrees

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A Pentagon has an interior angle of 108 degrees.

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