What is the smallest degree of rotation needed to map the polygon back on to itself?

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Date created: Thu, Feb 4, 2021 3:10 AM
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The smallest degree of rotation is called the angle of rotation. This can be calculated by dividing the angle of full rotation by the number of sides of a regular polygon. Since a full rotation is 360 degrees, we divide 360 by 24. Thus, the smallest rotation needed to map the polygon back to itself is 15 degrees.

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