Three of the Exterior Angles of a Hexagon Are 40°, 51 ° and 86°. If Each of the Remaining Exterior Angles is X°, Find the Value of X. - Mathematics
Three of the exterior angles of a hexagon are 40°, 51 ° and 86°. If each of the remaining exterior angles is x°, find the value of x.
Sum of exterior angles of a hexagon = 4 x 90° = 360°
Three angles are 40°, 51° and 86°
Sum of three angle = 40° + 51° + 86° = 177°
Sum of other three angles = 360° – 177° = 183°
Each angle is x°
3x = 183°
x = `183/3`
Hence x = 61
Concept: Regular Polynomial
Is there an error in this question or solution?
why create a profile on Shaalaa.com?
1. Inform you about time table of exam.
2. Inform you about new question papers.
3. New video tutorials information.