Interior angles are angles inside any given shape. It can also be defined as the angle between adjacent sides of any rectilinear object i.e. an object that forms a straight line or its edges meet at a right angle, it can be its interior angles or its exterior angles. The best example, in this case, is a regular polygon

The interior angles at each vertex or edge can either be equal to 90° or 270°. In the world of geometry, any of the interior angles in a polygonal object is formed by two sides of the object that share an edge

For any polygon, irrespective of whether it is convex (i.e. at interior angles that is less than 1800) or non-convex as well as if any point inside this angle is within the interior of the polygon, such angles is known as interior angles. All polygons are also known to have:

- one interior angles per edge

- (n-2) × 180° / n

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Interior angles are angles inside any given shape. It can also be defined as the angle between adjacent sides of any rectilinear object i.e. an object that forms a straight line or its edges meet at a right angle, it can be its interior angles or its exterior angles. The best example, in this case, is a regular polygon

The interior angles at each vertex or edge can either be equal to 90° or 270°. In the world of geometry, any of the interior angles in a polygonal object is formed by two sides of the object that share an edge

For any polygon, irrespective of whether it is convex (i.e. at interior angles that is less than 1800) or non-convex as well as if any point inside this angle is within the interior of the polygon, such angles is known as interior angles. All polygons are also known to have:

- one interior angles per edge

- (n-2) × 180° / n

Interior angles are angles inside any given shape. It can also be defined as the angle between adjacent sides of any rectilinear object i.e. an object that forms a straight line or its edges meet at a right angle, it can be its interior angles or its exterior angles. The best example, in this case, is a regular polygon

The interior angles at each vertex or edge can either be equal to 90° or 270°. In the world of geometry, any of the interior angles in a polygonal object is formed by two sides of the object that share an edge

For any polygon, irrespective of whether it is convex (i.e. at interior angles that is less than 1800) or non-convex as well as if any point inside this angle is within the interior of the polygon, such angles is known as interior angles. All polygons are also known to have:

- one interior angles per edge

- (n-2) × 180° / n