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Carlos2445

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In a geometry class, Brian is asked to draw a concave hexagon. He draws a closed figure with six sides. The sides are not equal in length. The greatest interior angle measure is 150°, and the least interior angle measure is 85°. Which statement about the figure Brian drew is true? He draws a correct figure because it is a regular polygon. He draws an incorrect figure because no interior angle measures more than a straight angle. He draws an incorrect figure because the sides are not equal in length. He draws a correct figure because one interior angle measures more than a str

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  1. Carlos2445
    • 3 years ago
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    the last answer says "He draws a correct figure because one interior angle measures more than a straight angle."

  2. apoorvk
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    A concave polygon has atleast one interior angle greater than 180 degrees (straight angle). like this:|dw:1340818345198:dw| But, since the greatest angle he drew was 150 degrees in measure, it was definitely not a CONCAVE polygon. And also, regular polygons have all sides and interior angles equal in measure. So, it wasn't regular either.

  3. Carlos2445
    • 3 years ago
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    so whats the answer

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