Ok, degrees measured in a circle are measured from the center, the inside. A square's, for example, is not measured from the center; if this were the case, all polygons would be 360 degrees. Polygons are measured from the points at which lines intersect, making the degrees given to a circle, and the degrees given to a square different. Polygons are given their degree labels at all sides facing the middle, not away.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any other thoughts on this, other than my learning disabilities?

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# Circle's degrees cannot are not comparative to all polygon's?

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