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The sum of the interior angles of any shape that has straight sides is

(180 degrees) times (the number of sides - 2) .

For the case of a hexagon, (the number of sides - 2) = 4 .

The sum of the interior angles = (180) x (4) = 720 degrees.

The sum of the exteior angles is always 360 degrees, no matter

how many sides the shape has.

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