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Q: All your sides are the same length?

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In general no. A regular hexagon has the same length on all sides. Also, there are other hexagons with the same length on all sides that are not regular.

a polygon with all sides the same length and all angles the same measure is called?

No.No.No.No.

A regular hexagon is a polygon with six sides where all six angles have the same measurement. (And all six sides have the same length.) If the angles of a hexagon do not all have the same measurement, or if the sides are not all of the same length, then the hexagon is irregular.

A square.

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In general no. A regular hexagon has the same length on all sides. Also, there are other hexagons with the same length on all sides that are not regular.

isosceles - 2 sides of the triangle are the same length scalene - no sides are the same length equilateral- all sides are the same length

no. one of the sides is a different length.

A square! The sides are all the same length and measure.

If a parallelogram has all four sides the same length it's called a square.

That means that all sides have the same length.

a polygon with all sides the same length and all angles the same measure is called?

Rectangle, parallelogram

they dont have to be they can be different A rectangle with all sides the same length can also be called a square.

equilateral triangle- all sides the same length isosceles triangle- 2 sides the same length scalene triangle- no sides the same length

yes. it has 4 sides the same.

If all of its sides are the same length its an equilateral triangle. If only two of its sides are the same length it is an isosceles triangle. If all the sides are different lengths it is a scalene triangle

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