anonymous
  • anonymous
If you have a 4 sided polygon wit the bottom left corner 60 degrees, top left 102 degrees, and the bottom right 70 degrees, how do you find the exterior angle on the right corner?
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Let the angles be A,B,C&D A=60 B=102 C=70 D=? Now A+B+C+D=360. Now, x what is shown in the diagram is infact not an exterior angle but vertically opposite angle to D and will be equal to D Thus x would be 360-(A+B+C) =360-(232) =128.

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