exterior angle definition

  • noun:
    • The position between any part of a polygon and an extended adjacent part.
    • the four sides that don't add a spot of this area between two outlines intersected by a transversal.
    • An angle formed between one side of a polygon and an extension of an adjacent part.
    • the health supplement of an interior angle of a polygon
    • The perspective between any side of a polygon and a protracted adjacent part.
    • Any of the four sides which do not integrate an area of space between two outlines intersected by a transversal.
    • An angle formed between one part of a polygon and an extension of an adjacent side.
    • the product of an interior position of a polygon
  • adjective:
    • the position included between any side of a triangle or polygon plus the prolongation of the adjacent side; also, an angle included between a line crossing two synchronous outlines and either of this latter on the exterior.
    • the position included between any side of a triangle or polygon together with prolongation of this adjacent part; also, an angle included between a line crossing two parallel outlines and either of latter on the exterior.

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