Is the hexagon within a 16 ft diameter circle (i.e., the points of the hexagon just barely touch the 16 ft circle)? Or, is the 16 ft circle entirely within the hexagon (i.e., within the flat sides)?
There is o simple answer. 10% of a hexagon could look like a circle in the hexagon, a square in the haxagon, a similar hexagon with sides which are sqrt(0.1) as long, or lots of other shapes.
A hexagon can be any size as long as it is a shape with 6 sides.
Square, 16 units.
One half. Two trapezoids placed long base-to-long base create a hexagon.
A hexagon can be as big as you want, as long as it has 6 equal length sides.
It is (3*sqrt(3)*s^2)/2 square units where the length of a side is s units long.
How many sides has a hexagon? What is the length of each side? Over to you....
six feet long
what is the area of a regular hexagon with sides lengths of 12 inches long
The gun was made in 1900, the long hexagon barrel is not unusual for that era.
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Each side of a regular hexagon is the same as its radius - in this case 31 inches.
The perimeter of a regular hexagon is (6 x the length of one side).
The Answers community requires more information for this question. Please edit your question to include more context. It is not clear from the question what it is that is 12 inches long: the side of the hexagon or the hexagon itself.
The Answers community requires more information for this question. Please edit your question to include more context. What is it whose length you require: the hexagon, its side, its perimeter?