Q: Which angle measure is closest to 8 radians?

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An angle of 82 degrees would be complementary to an angle of 8 degrees. 82 + 8 = 90

1080/8 = 135 degrees

Each exterior angle measures 8 degrees

The measure of 1 exterior angle of a regular 8-sided polygon is equivalent to 45 degrees. Hope I helped! :)

360 divided by the number of side is the measure of the exterior angle. 360 divided by the exterior angle measure is equal to the number of sides. 360/45=8

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An angle of 82 degrees would be complementary to an angle of 8 degrees. 82 + 8 = 90

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The sum of the exterior angle of any polygon is 360. So divide that by 8 in this case and each exterior angle has measure 360/8 or 45 degrees.

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Complimentary angles are ones that add to 90° Supplementary angles are ones that add to 180° Translate: The measure of a supplement of an angle (180-x) is (=)8 more (8+) than three times (3*) the measure of a complement (90-x). Find the measure of the angle? 180 - x = 8+3(90-x) 180 - x = 8 + 270 - 3x 180 - x = 278 - 3x - x = 98 - 3x 2x = 98 x = 49 Check: The measure of the supplement (131) is 8 more than 3 times the compliment (41) 41 * 3 + 8 = 131 123 + 8 = 131 ■