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Calculate the number of sides of a regular polygon whose interior angles are each 156 degrees.

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to go all the way around clockwise (360 degrees) you must turn right n times through an angle of (180 - 156)
so
n (180 - 156) = 360
n = 360/24 = 15 sides

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