The pentagon satisfies those criteria precisely.
A pentagon which has 5 sides.
No. A hexagon can only have six sides. No more, no less.
There are many shapes that are not hexagons. A hexagon has 6 edges, so anything that has more or less than that would not be a hexagon. It sounds like you have a paper with several pictures on it that you expect us to magically be able to see and we can't.
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.
Square * * * * * Another Community answer which is hopelessly wrong! A decagon has 10 sides. A polygon with 4 fewer sides would have 6 sides and so it is a hexagon.
A quadrilateral has 4 sides anda hexagon has 6 sides. So the polygon between them is the one that has 5 sides. That is the pentagon.
It is a hexagon.
A quadrilateral, pentagon or hexagon.
A concave Hexagon is that hexagon which has one of its internal angle greater than 180 degrees. It can have 8 diagonals. As compared to regular hexagon (Also convex hexagon) it has one less number of diagonals. This is because one line joining two of its vertices (that are at the end of sides forming >180 angle) fall outside the hexagon.
You are an irregular hexagon.