interior angle


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interior angle

1. an angle of a polygon contained between two adjacent sides
2. any of the four angles made by a transversal that lie inside the region between the two intersected lines

interior angle

[in′tir·ē·ər ′aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
An angle between two adjacent sides of a polygon that lies within the polygon.
For a line (called the transversal) that intersects two other lines, an angle between the transversal and one of the two lines that lies within the space between the two lines.
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An interior angle is an angle that measures the angle between two adjacent sides of a polygon.
Luke then calculated that the large interior angle was 360[degrees] -- 108[degrees], or 252[degrees].
TIP It is important to remember that the angle AB:N is not included in the summation as it is not an interior angle.
e the sum of the interior angles of quadrilateral DEKL is equal to 360 degrees[ from (1) ] (21)
is a continuous function and if [alpha], [beta] and [gamma] are the interior angles of a triangle, then the angles have been labeled so that the inequality f([alpha]) [greater than or equal to] f([beta]) [greater than or equal to] f([gamma]) holds.
Yes, the Sum of the INterior angles and the Sum of the EXterior angles of a polygon
The tension tie-beam is of bolted construction, consisting of two flange and two web plates connected by continuous interior angles.
In conventional membrane presses, membrane thickness to 4mm makes molding of sharp interior angles or grooves imprecise.
What do the interior angles of an octagon add up to in degrees?
To form a square, its interior angles were to be right angles so you had to fit at point F and the other outside to avoid a concave polygon.
X = 135, as a hexagon can be divided into four triangles, therefore the sum of the interior angles is equivalent to 180x4 = 720;

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