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Q: Can you change the angles of regular hexagon?

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If the hexagon's sides and angles are congruent, then it a regular hexagon.

You lengthen (or shorten) any side, or skew it to change any angles.

The interior angles of a regular hexagon measure 120° A regular hexagon has all sides the same length and all angles are equal.

A regular hexagon has six equal internal angles of 120 degrees. None of them are right-angles !

If it is a regular hexagon, there should be no right angles within it.

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It is a regular hexagon.

The sum of a regular hexagon's interior angles should be 720o and the sum of a regular hexagon's exterior angles should be 360o.

A regular hexagon as no right angles. An irregular hexagon could have from none to as many as five right angles.

No. All interior angles of the regular hexagon are 120 degrees. The only regular polygon with acute angles is the equilateral triangle (60 degrees)

All the interior angles in a hexagon are 120 degree's, making them obtuse angles.

Yes they are (at least, in a regular hexagon).

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