The sum of the angles in a polygon is always equal to the number of sides in a polygon minus two, all multiplied by 180. Since the angles in an equiangular polygon are equal, the measure of one angle in any equiangular or regular polygon is simply the sum of polygon angles divided by the number of angles in the polygon. Knowing this information allows us to solve polygon problems with missing angle measurements.
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