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Chapter 9, Problem 43

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Find the number of sides a polygon has if the sum of its angle measures is the given number.$$900^{\circ}$$

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01:03

If the sum of the interior an…

01:00

Find the number of sides a polygon has if the sum of its angle measures is the given number.

$$540^{\circ}$$

01:05

Find the number of sides a polygon has if the sum of its angle measures is the given number.

$$1,800^{\circ}$$

Find the number of sides a polygon has if the sum of its angle measures is the given number.

$$3,600^{\circ}$$

Find the number of sides a polygon has if the sum of its angle measures is the given number.

$$2,160^{\circ}$$

01:11

Find the number of sides a po…

01:04

Find the number of sides a polygon has if the sum of its angle measures is the given number.

$$1,980^{\circ}$$

00:52

Find the number of sides for a polygon whose sum of the measures of its interior angles is:

a) $900^{\circ}$

b) $1260^{\circ}$

Transcript

and this problem were given the angle some of 900. This means S R sum is 900 using this in our formula. So substitution 900 is then equal two and minus two times 180. At this point, we need to solve for end. Our first step will be dividing both…