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 Topic: regular polygons
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 Subdividing a polygon into triangles 2006-01-26 From Adam:is there an algorithm to divide a regular polygon into N equilateral triangles having the same area (no limit on N), or if not, an algorithm to divide a regular polygon into N triangles having the same shape and size? Answered by Chris Fisher. A regular polygon 2003-02-26 From Melissa:The measure of each interior angle of a regular polygon is eight times that of an exterior angle of the polygon. How many sides does the polygon have?Answered by Penny Nom. Angles in Polygons 1999-01-21 From Jen: How do u find the interior angles of a pentagon when you are given 4 of the angles and you need to find the fifth? If you are given the measure of each exterior angle of a regular polygon, how do you figure out how many sides the polygon has? i need all information on polygons and how to find their angles!!! Answered by Jack LeSage. Sides in a Regular Polygon 1996-12-06 From Rick Moss:If you are given the measure of each interior angle (162 degrees) of a regular polygon. How many sides does the polygon have?Answered by Penny Nom.

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