Q: Degrees in a square

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A square adds up to 360 degrees

Square = 90 degrees Pentagon = 72 degrees

All internal angles of a quadrilateral like a square sum to 360 degrees.

A square has 4 right angles. Right angles are 90 degree angles.4*90 degrees = 360 degrees

The sum of a Pentagon is 540 degrees. because it has a square in the bottom and triangle at the top. A triangle has 180 degrees, and a square has 360 degrees. Add them together and u get 540 degrees.

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A square is a quadrilateral so it has 360 degrees.

Square is 360 and so is a circle A triangle is 180 degrees half a triangle or quarter of a square is 90 degrees

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360 degrees cause a square has equal sides and 4 equal right angles and a right angle = 90 degrees so 90x4=360 degrees

A square adds up to 360 degrees

720 degrees

The 4 equal angles of 90 degrees within a square add up to 360 degrees

85 degrees

360 degrees

90 degrees

Square = 90 degrees Pentagon = 72 degrees

No, one angle of a square is 90 Degrees. Since there are 4 angles in a square you must multiply the degree of one right angle by 4. Therefore a square actually measures 360 degrees.