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Q: How many adjacent angles are in a hexagon?

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A regular hexagon has zero right angles. An irregular convex hexagon could have 0-3.

Yes, as long as you don't want a regular hexagon. All that is necessary is for the 6 apex angles to add up to 360 degrees and all the sides adjacent to those angles to be equal in length. If you want a regular hexagon only 6 equilateral triangles of the same size will do.

They have obtuse angles on each side.

Adjacent angles are two angles that share a mutual side. This is in geometry.

Complementary are angles two adjacent angles that add up to 90 decrees. Supplementary are angles two adjacent angles that add up to 180 degrees.

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a hexagon could be adjacent only if it is regular an octagon is adjacent

A regular hexagon as no right angles. An irregular hexagon could have from none to as many as five right angles.

A hexagon has 6 angles. Hex=6

A hexagon has 6 angles, with a total of 720 degrees.

A hexagon has six interior angles.

6 Angles

A hexagon has 6 angles.

A hexagon has 6 angles.

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If it is a regular hexagon, there should be no right angles within it.

A hexagon has NO acute angles all the angles are obtuse on a hexagon.

6 Angles.

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