What is a polygon with all of its sides and angles congruent?

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A regular polygon is a figure with all angles and all sides congruent or equal. Examples of regular polygons include a square, an equilateral triangle and a regular hexagon among others. To calculate the sum of the angles, you use the formula (n-2)180 .
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A REGULAR polygon is equilateral and equiangular. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_pol….
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The Correct Answer: Well, 30 minus 2 is 28. 28 times 180 is 5040. 5040 divided by 30 is 168. Your answer is. (drumroll please) 168 degrees!
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