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If the sum of the interior angles of a polygon is 1,080°, how many sides does the polygon have? A. 8 sides B. 9 sides C. 10 sides D. 11 sides
it can be 8 if each angle is = 135. It can be 9 if each angle = 120. Ita can be 10 if each angl = 108.
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