A hexagon has 6 triangles inside of it. If one triangle equals 180 degrees and there are 6 triangles. 180 degrees *6 triangles=1080 degrees.
180 degrees, same as all triangles
180 degrees all triangles have 180 degrees.(the above assumes Euclidean - flat - space. In Hyperbolic space there are less than 180° in all triangles; in Spherical space more than 180° in all triangles)
Triangles whether acute, obtuse, equilateral or scalene will only ever have angles that add to 180 degrees.
Yes, all triangles have the sum of their angles as 180 degrees.
180 degrees... all triangles equal 180.
180 degrees all triangles have 180 degrees
An obtuse triangle equals 180°, like all other triangles but it must have one angle that is greater than 90°.
All triangles have 180 degrees.
No, only triangles do.