there are none acute angles in a hexagon, all obtuse, all six angles are obtuse none are acute or right angle
In a regular hexagon there are 6 obtuse interior angles.
If it is a 'regular' hexagon, then all angles are congruent, and all are obtuse.
There can be 0 to 5 right angles, or 1 to 6 obtuse angles in a hexagon.
A regular hexagon has 6 equal obtuse angles of 120 degrees
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.
A regular hexagon has all angles obtuse.
Up to six.
All the interior angles in a hexagon are 120 degree's, making them obtuse angles.
well a hexagon has 180 degrees so no all acute angles
A regular six-sided hexagon has no interior acute angles, but it does have six interior obtuse angles, each measuring 120 degrees
As far as I know, a hexagon has 6 angles whether it is regular or not. Some may be obtuse angles, but they still count. So a hexagon where some of the sides go 'in' rather than 'out' is still a hexagon.
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
They have obtuse angles on each side.
yes it does
Regular hexagons have all obtuse angles
A hexagon has six angles. A regular hexagon has six angles and each one is equal in measure to 120 degrees. 120 degrees is an obtuse angle. Any regular polygon with at least 6 sides has at least 6 obtuse angles.
A hexagon or pentagon will have obtuse angles (greater than 90 degrees). A triangle has angles that are all less than 90 and a square has only 90.