A concave irregular hexagon can have up to 6 right angles. A convex irregular hexagon can have up to 3 right angles.
A regular 6 sided hexagon has no right angles.
A hexagon has no right angles.
A regular hexagon as no right angles. An irregular hexagon could have from none to as many as five right angles.
A hexagon has no right angles what-so-ever.
The maximum number is 5.
A hexagon has NO right-angles ! each of the internal angles is 60 degrees !
If it is a regular hexagon, there should be no right angles within it.
Hexagon...Don't get caught up in the number of right angles. What matters is the number of sides...It has 6 sides. A regular hexagon has equal sides and equal angles(120)
There are no right angles in a regular hexagon although it's possible to have right angles in an irregular hexagon.
A regular 6 sided hexagon has no right angles but it's quite possible for an irregular hexagon to have right angles.
It is a hexagon with two right angles: there is no special name for such a shape.
A regular hexagon doesn't have right angles, though irregular hexagons may have as many as six right angles.
A regular hexagon has zero right angles. An irregular convex hexagon could have 0-3.
There are 6 sides in a hexagon. All angles are 120o.
There can be 0 to 5 right angles, or 1 to 6 obtuse angles in a hexagon.
A regular hexagon has six equal internal angles of 120 degrees. None of them are right-angles !
It has 6 angles, none of which are right angles.
there are none acute angles in a hexagon, all obtuse, all six angles are obtuse none are acute or right angle
A hexagon has only one face and this can have up to 5 right angles.
Yes if it is an irregular hexagon
Yes they are (at least, in a regular hexagon).
It is not possible to have a hexagon with all right angles.