Regular hexagons have all obtuse angles
A regular six-sided hexagon has no interior acute angles, but it does have six interior obtuse angles, each measuring 120 degrees
Obtuse angles.Another Answer:-If it is a regular hexagon then the interior angles are obtuse and the exterior angles are acute which are 120 and 60 degrees respectively
If it is a 'regular' hexagon, then all angles are congruent, and all are obtuse.
Four exactly? A regular hexagon has 6. But a hexagon can have four obtuse angles. A regular hexagon can be made a lot flatter so that the two angles at the sides become acute, while the remaining 4 are obtuse.
None. Though there can be ten if the hexagons are concave hexagons.
well a hexagon has 180 degrees so no all acute angles
If the hexagon's sides and angles are congruent, then it a regular hexagon.
It has 3 acute angles. You can do this by multiplying however many sides it has by 2. I think this works. Try it with different shapes! Hope this helps!
If you changed the angles, the hexagon would become irregular. The angles can be changed, but not to form another regular hexagon. That is the rule. The total angles will be 720 degrees.
A regular 6 sided hexagon has 6 interior obtuse angles each measuring 120 degrees