The exterior angles of a nonagon add up to 360 degrees.
Exterior angle 40 degrees Interior angle 140 degrees
Providing that it is a regular nonagon then each exterior angle measures 40 degrees and each interior angle measures 140 degrees
The sum of the exterior angles in any polygon is 360 degrees. A nonagon has 9 sides, so to work out a single exterior angle, we divide 360 by 9, which is 40.
Each exterior angle is: 360/9 = 40 degrees
Each interior angle is 140 degrees. Each exterior angle is 220 degrees.
The sum of all the exterior angles of a nonagon is 360 degrees. Any specific exterior angle can have any value between 0 and 360 degrees (except 180) subject the their sum being 360.
Each exterior angle: 40 degrees Each interior angle: 140 degrees
A regular polygon with an exterior angle of40O is a nonagon, and has 9 sides.
360/9 ie 40 degrees
360/9 = 40 degrees