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An interior angle in a 13-gon can have any measure between 0 and 360 degrees (excluding the two end values), subject to the constraint that the sum of these angles is (13-2)*180 = 1980 degrees.

If (and only if) the 13-gon is regular - and there is no reason to assume that it is - each angle will be 1980/13 = 152.3 degrees.

Q: What is the measure of an angle rounded to the nearest tenth in a 13-gon?

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The angle would be .4 if you rounded it to the nearest 10th degree

900/7 = 128.6 degrees rounded to the nearest tenth

27.7 Rounded to the nearest tenth. Just do 360 divided by 13.

To measure an angle: # Align the bottom line of the protractor with one ray of the angle being measured. # Center the central point along the bottom of the protractor with the junction of the angle being measured. # Find where the other ray of the angle crosses the rounded part of the protractor. The numbered mark at which it crosses is the number of degrees of the angle being measured.

It is: 360/11 = 32.73 degrees

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The angle would be .4 if you rounded it to the nearest 10th degree

900/7 = 128.6 degrees rounded to the nearest tenth

Each interior angle measures 128.57 degrees rounded

27.7 Rounded to the nearest tenth. Just do 360 divided by 13.

Using trigonometry the angle of elevation is 77 degrees rounded to the nearest degree

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tan-1(0.8) = 38.65980825 degrees or 38.7 degrees to the nearest tenth.

The answer rounded to the nearest tenth is 25 meters.

32.7 A+

You can measure it. Or you can measure some other quantities (for examples, the lengths of the sides of a triangle), and calculate the angle using trigonometry.

It is: tan^-1*(0.8) = 38.7 degrees

Each exterior angle will measure 360/18 = 20.0 degrees