Q: Are hexagons with 6 equal sides angles are regular polygons?

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Any polygon with external angles which are equal to a factor of 360 will tessellate. The only regular polygons which will tessellate are equilateral triangles, squares, and hexagons.

Tessellations of regular polygons can occur only when the external angle of a polygon is equal to a factor of 360. As such, the only tessellations of regular polygons can occur when the internal angles of a polygon are equal to a factor of 360. As such, the only regular polygons which tessellate are triangles, squares, and hexagons.

two polygons with sides that have all equal sides and angles

All regular polygons have equal lengths and equal interior angles but irregular polygons have variations in sizes.

All angle of two similar regular polygons must be equal.

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Any polygon with external angles which are equal to a factor of 360 will tessellate. The only regular polygons which will tessellate are equilateral triangles, squares, and hexagons.

Only equiangular and regular hexagons have six equal angles. Hexagons do not have to have six equal angles, and the only way a hexagon can have six equal angles if it is equiangular or regular.

Tessellations of regular polygons can occur only when the external angle of a polygon is equal to a factor of 360. As such, the only tessellations of regular polygons can occur when the internal angles of a polygon are equal to a factor of 360. As such, the only regular polygons which tessellate are triangles, squares, and hexagons.

They are known as regular polygons.

two polygons with sides that have all equal sides and angles

No! Regular polygons must have equal side lengths and equal angles.

A regular polygon has all sides equal and all angles equal.

All regular polygons have equal lengths and equal interior angles but irregular polygons have variations in sizes.

All angle of two similar regular polygons must be equal.

Yes in general polygons that have equal interior angles also have equal sides and they are said to be regular polygons. But a rectangle is an exception.

Yes

All regular polygons with an even number of angles. All the angles of polygons with an odd number of angles are also equal but there are no "opposite" angles.