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Each exterior angle of a regular polygon ofnsides

exceeds by 6° each exterior angle of a regular polygon of2nsides.

Find an equation fornand solve it.

I believe it involves some of the facts like:

. . All sides and angles of a regular polygon are equal.

. . The sum of exterior angles equals to 360°.

. . Each interior + exterior angle equals 180°.

The sum of the exterior angles is always 360°.

In a regular polygon of sides, each exterior angle has degrees. .[1]

In a regular polygon of sides, each exterior angle has degrees. .[2]

We are told that [1] is 6° greater than [2].

Hence: .

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