I Will fan and medal if anyone can help me !!1. The sum of the measures of two exterior angles of a triangle is 246 degrees , what is the measure of the third exterior angle? (how would i solve this )
2. How many sides does a regular polygon have if each extirior angle measures 72 ?
a.84
b.96
c.112
d.124
i think its B

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?

- Durply

there should be 5

- anonymous

5 of what ?

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number 2 is 5

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5 sides

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360/72=5

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are those the right answers?

- anonymous

OH , thats weird 5 is not one of the choices but i got the same thing as well ..... maybe my teacher messed up:/

- anonymous

ohh wait there wrong answers
OMG thank you soo much !!!

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yup XD

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@hi_openstudy

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Yheaa , How would I solve this ?
The sum of the measures of two exterior angles of a triangle is 246 degrees , what is the measure of the third exterior angle? (how would i solve this
A.84
B. 96
C. 112
d. 1124

- anonymous

it should be 84

- anonymous

Thank you !

- anonymous

nevermind I have it wrong

- anonymous

did you use a formula to get that answer ? @Revan_Malak

- Durply

is that the whole question?

- anonymous

no I didin't

- Durply

OMG

- Durply

my bad this is easy

- anonymous

Yhea it is the whole question !

- anonymous

lol

- anonymous

curious did I get it right

- Durply

Sum of exterior angles=360 degrees

- Durply

but 112 is not 360?

- Durply

you 100% that those are right answers?

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its should be 130

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@hi_openstudy

- anonymous

yhea this time im sure ... lol

- anonymous

@Durply

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here

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http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/geometry/gp5/lextang.htm

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