How do you find the measure of one interior angle?

An interior angle is located within the boundary of a polygon. The sum of all of the interior angles can be found using the formula S = (n - 2)*180. It is also possible to calculate the measure of each angle if the polygon is regular by dividing the sum by the number of sides.

How do you find the angle?

Example

  1. Step 1 The two sides we know are Opposite (300) and Adjacent (400).
  2. Step 2 SOHCAHTOA tells us we must use Tangent.
  3. Step 3 Calculate Opposite/Adjacent = 300/400 = 0.75.
  4. Step 4 Find the angle from your calculator using tan-1

How can you measure and classify an angle?

Angles can be either straight, right, acute or obtuse. An angle is a fraction of a circle where the whole circle is 360°. A straight angle is the same as half the circle and is 180° whereas a right angle is a quarter of a circle and is 90°. You measure the size of an angle with a protractor.

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