# Difference between revisions of "Interior angle"

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+ | #All the interior angles of an <math>n</math> sided regular polygon, sum to <math>(n-2)180</math> degrees. | ||

+ | #All the interior angles of an <math>n</math> sided regular polygon,are <math>180(1-{2\over n})</math> degrees. | ||

+ | #As the interior angles, of an <math>n</math> sided regular polygon get larger, the ratio of the [[perimeter]] to the [[apothem]] approaches <math>\pi</math> |

## Latest revision as of 22:28, 27 February 2020

The **interior angle** is the angle between two line segments, having two endpoints connected via a path, facing the path connecting them.

The regular polygons are formed by have all interior angles equiangular

This is the complementary concept to exterior angle