# Thread: Interior and Exterior Angles of Polygons

1. ## Interior and Exterior Angles of Polygons

Hi everyone,

# of Sides sI = Interior Sum AI = Interior Angle Ae= exterior angle

3 _ _ _
4 _ _ _
5 _ _ _
6 _ _ _
7 _ _ _
8 _ _ _
9 _ _ _
10 _ _ _
11 _ _ _
12 _ _ _
52 _ _ _
100 _ _ _
_ 1980 degrees _
_ _ 158.82 degrees _
_ _ _ 10 degrees
_ 4140 degrees _ _
_ _ _ 20 degrees
_ _ 157.5 degrees _
_ 3240 degrees _ _

Areas with a _ need filling in. I did not include Polygon name and Se Exterior Sum in the chart.

Thanks!!!

2. lol - I'm fully aware that there's internet sources. I'm not asking for a complete chart. If someone has the math skills and could help this newbie out a bit by posting in words how to find this with an example or two, that would be such a help.

3. Originally Posted by Siobhan
lol - I'm fully aware that there's internet sources. I'm not asking for a complete chart. If someone has the math skills and could help this newbie out a bit by posting in words how to find this with an example or two, that would be such a help.
If you do know of internet sources then surely you can read.
If you lack the mathematics skills to apply the results then that is a different matter.
We are not a teaching site. We are a helping site.

4. Plato, there is no need for a forum if you are just going to hand someone a link. I've used the internet sources and I'm aware of their existence. I thank you for your post, but as every other thread I've seen on this forum includes, is a general explanation of on how to handle the process.

For example, in one of your recent posts you gave HELP to the member. That's what I was after, HELP.

http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tml#post466376

5. Originally Posted by Siobhan
Plato, there is no need for a forum if you are just going to hand someone a link. I've used the internet sources and I'm aware of their existence. I thank you for your post, but as every other thread I've seen on this forum includes, is a general explanation of on how to handle the process.

For example, in one of your recent posts you gave HELP to the member. That's what I was after, HELP.

http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tml#post466376
I help where I think the help will be understood.
If that link does not help you, then I don't think there is any more I can do for you.
I am not going to do it for you. That is not what I think we are about.