Use the picture below to answer the question on the piece of paper given to you.

In figure 2, draw as many line segments as you can from point A to the other vertices, without tracing over a line that is already there. How many triangles did you break the shape into? Record this in your table.

If the sum of the angles in each triangle is 180 degrees, how many degrees are in the sum of the quadrilateral in figure 2? Record this in your table.

In figure 3, draw as many line segments as you can from point A to the other vertices, without tracing over a line that is already there. How many triangles did you break the shape into? Record this in your table.

If the sum of the angles in each triangle is 180 degrees, how many degrees are in the sum of the pentagon in figure 3? Record this in your table.

In figure 4, draw as many line segments as you can from point A to the other vertices, without tracing over a line that is already there. How many triangles did you break the shape into? Record this in your table.

If the sum of the angles in each triangle is 180 degrees, how many degrees are in the sum of the hexagon in figure 4? Record this in your table.

In figure 5, draw as many line segments as you can from point A to the other vertices, without tracing over a line that is already there. How many triangles did you break the shape into? Record this in your table.

If the sum of the angles in each triangle is 180 degrees, how many degrees are in the sum of the heptagon in figure 6? Record this in your table.

Complete the last row on your table without using a picture of the octagon based on your previous observations.