The Sum of Interior Angles of a Pentagon Video

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How many sides does a pentagon have?

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1. How many triangles make up a pentagon?

2. What is the sum of interior angles of a pentagon?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet checks what you remember about the fundamentals of pentagons. You'll review what you know about the sum of the interior angles of a pentagon and how to find the missing angle measurement.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet is designed to assess what you know about:

  • The number of sides in a pentagon
  • The number of triangles that make up a pentagon
  • What the interior angles of a pentagon adds up to
  • How to find the measurement of a missing angle

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember the number of sides a pentagon has
  • Problem solving - use understanding of the facts about the interior angles of a pentagon to find the measurement of a missing angle
  • Interpreting information - verify that you read and were able to correctly interpret the correct arrangement of angles that can make a pentagon

Additional Learning

If you want to take a deeper dive into this topic, you can find a more detailed account in the lesson, The Sum of Interior Angles of a Pentagon. This lesson offers additional information about:

  • Defining pentagon
  • The formula for the sum of interior angles
  • The steps in solving these problems
  • Why the sum is always the same
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