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# What is the sum of sides of a snowflake?

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Most, but not all, snowflakes are six sided

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A convex figure has eight sides. What is the sum of its exterior angles?

The sum of the measurement of all sides of a non-circular closed-figure gives you it's perimeter.

sum interior angles = (number of sides - 2) &times; 180&deg; &rarr; number of sides = sum interior angles &divide; 180&deg; + 2 = 5040&deg; &divide; 180&deg; + 2 = 30

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