The interior angles of a convex nonagon have degree measures that are integers in arithmetic sequence. What is the smallest angle possible in this nonagon?

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The interior angles of a convex nonagon have degree measures that are integers in an arithmetic sequence. What is the smallest angle possible in this nonagon?

Can you do any of this for yourself?

For example.

What is a nonagon?

What is the angle sum of a nonagon?

What is the formula for an arithmetic sum?

Answer these and then I will help more.

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Melody Feb 16, 2020