The form of this answer reminds me of another problem, which in turn suggests an entirely different way to solve the problem. Now that we have dealt...
You're doing fine so far. Just keep going! (Well, I see one error, in that you moved a parenthesis in the last line, writing (90n - 180/n) instead of...
Correct. You dropped (that is, changed to zero) the ones place, making 4560, and then added 1 to the tens place because of the 7: 4560 + 10 = 4570.
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Perhaps you are misinterpreting something. If you continue the pattern, you definitely get a regular polygon as they say, because all angles are the...
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