The sum of the angles in a polygon is given by \(\large 180(n-2) \) where 'n' is the number of sides.
then divide by 11
Yes, but why would you divide by 11?
idk nvm sooo then what
1800 then u....?
Unless I've lost my ability to count, there are 12 sides, soooo \(\ 180(12-2)=180(10)=1800 \)
ohhh nvm i thought there was morew to it, but thats just for EXterior angles
so 1800 is the answer... thank you
(180n–360) is the formula for the sum of the interior angles of a polygon
If 'n' is the number of sides, then there are 12 sides, not 10. And that formula is the distributed form of \(\ 180(n-2) \)