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If it is a regular hexagon then make 6 triangles then find the area of one then multiply by 6.

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The area will depend on the shape of the hexagon. You may have to divide it up into triangles, calculate the area of each triangle and then sum the answers.

The answer to the question is at the end of the question!

Draw lines from point to point and now you have six triangles to calculate

There is no simple formula for the surface area of a general hexagon. The simplest solution is to partition it into triangles, calculate their areas and sum the results.

It is not possible to answer a question given only the length of one side of a hexagon unless we are told it is a regular hexagon. I added a link that lets you calculate areas of regular polygons.

Area of hexagon= Area of original triangle/10

The surface area of a hexagon is the same as its area. You will normally need to split the hexagon into triangles, find their area and sum these.

(3x2 √3) / 2 Where x is the length of a side, given that the hexagon is a regular hexagon. However, if the hexagon is is not regular, you will have to find the area of the two trapeziums within the hexagon, find the area of them, and add them together.

(3x2 √3) / 2 Where x is the length of a side, given that the hexagon is a regular hexagon. However, if the hexagon is is not regular, you will have to find the area of the two trapeziums within the hexagon, find the area of them, and add them together.

(3x2 √3) / 2 Where x is the length of a side, given that the hexagon is a regular hexagon. However, if the hexagon is is not regular, you will have to find the area of the two trapeziums within the hexagon, find the area of them, and add them together.

The area of a hexagon with the perimeter of 120ft is 1,039.2ft2

There is nothing in the question that allows you to assume that the hexagon is regular and so there is are no simple formulae. You will need to divide up the hexagon into simpler shapes. For example, pick any point inside the hexagon and join it to all the vertices. You will get six triangles. Calculate the area of each triangle and then and these areas together. Similarly, measure each side of the hexagon and add them together to get the perimeter.

There is no general formula as it depends upon the exact shape of the hexagon. To calculate the area would involve splitting the hexagon into regions which are shapes for which the area can be calculated (eg triangles). For a regular hexagon, it can be split up into 6 equilateral triangles by drawing in the three diagonals between opposite vertices - its area is then 6 times the areas of one of these triangles. If the side length is s, its area is given by: height of one of the triangles is found by Pythagoras to be (√3)/2 s = 6 × (½ × s × (√3)/2 × s) = (3√3)/2 × s²

The area of a regular hexagon with a perimeter 120m is about 1039.2m2

The area of a hexagon with 7cm sides is approximately 127.31cm2

The area of a hexagon with 5 centimeter sides is 64.95cm2

The area of a hexagon with a given side of 20 is 1,039

The area of a hexagon with a given side of 20cm is 1039.2cm2

The area of a hexagon with side length of 10 is 260

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The area of a hexagon with a perimeter of 12 units is about 10.4 units2

The area of a hexagon with each side being 23ft is about 1,374.38ft2

The area of a hexagon with sides that measure 20cm is approximately 1039.23cm2

The area of a hexagon with fifteen-centimetre sides is approximately 584.57cm2

a hexagon can only have 6 sides