No. The sum of the other two interior angles.
Theorem: An measure of an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the measures of the two non-adjacent interior angles.An exterior angle is formed by one side of a triangle and the extension of an adjacent side of the triangle.In the triangle at the right,
There is the Exterior Angle Inequality Theorem: If an angle is an exterior angle of a triangle, then its measure is greater than the measure of either of its corresponding remote interior angles.i don't know if that relly helps, but that's all i got
Yes, because it is equal to the sum of the two of them.
You can physically use an interior door knob on an exterior door, but an interior door know isn't designed to hold up in weather conditions and won't last as long. Most interior door knobs don't have as good of a lock as the exterior ones either.
Either could have a larger interior angle. If they were regular, then the interior angle of a triangle would be 60 degrees whereas that of a heptagon would be 128.57 degrees. The REGULAR heptagon would have a larger interior angle than a REGULAR triangle.
A triangle has only 3 interior angles. It may have either 3 acute internal angles or 2 acute and 1 obtuse internal angles.
Corona is exterior not interior. Either you forgot the question or your crossword puzzle author needs to get some sun (no pun intended).
I'm pretty sure all triangles measure 180 degrees because they have three angles that are either acute, right, or obtuse angles and the triangle has to be either an equilateral, iscoceles, or scalene triangle.