An enneacontahexagon is a polygon with 96 sides, it's internal angle is 176.25 degrees.

The enneacontahexagon appeared in Archimedes' polygonal approximation of pi, along with a hexagon, dodecagon, icositetragon and tetracontaoctagon, and was the closest approximation to pi with a polygon for 8 centuries.

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