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In geometry, a vertex angle is an angle associated with a vertex of an n-dimensional polytope. Often a vertex angle of a polygon is referred to simply as an angle of the polygon. In higher-dimensional polyhedra and polytopes, a vertex angle is an angle formed by two edges of the polyhedron that both belong to a common two-dimensional face of the polyhedron. That is, it is a vertex angle of one of the polygons that form the polyhedron.

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• In geometry, a vertex angle is an angle associated with a vertex of an n-dimensional polytope. Often a vertex angle of a polygon is referred to simply as an angle of the polygon. In higher-dimensional polyhedra and polytopes, a vertex angle is an angle formed by two edges of the polyhedron that both belong to a common two-dimensional face of the polyhedron. That is, it is a vertex angle of one of the polygons that form the polyhedron.
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• In geometry, a vertex angle is an angle associated with a vertex of an n-dimensional polytope. Often a vertex angle of a polygon is referred to simply as an angle of the polygon. In higher-dimensional polyhedra and polytopes, a vertex angle is an angle formed by two edges of the polyhedron that both belong to a common two-dimensional face of the polyhedron. That is, it is a vertex angle of one of the polygons that form the polyhedron.
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