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Q: Is it possible for a hexagon to have all 6 angles equal and not be a regular hexagon?

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A regular hexagon has six equal internal angles of 120 degrees. None of them are right-angles !

A regular hexagon has 6 equal sides and 6 equal angles

A regular hexagon has 6 equal obtuse angles of 120 degrees

The number of sides, vertices and angles are different

It is a 6 sided polygon with 6 equal sides and 6 equal interior angles

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only if it is regular if not, no

Yes, they would have to be to make the angles equal, making it a regular hexagon.

The interior angles of a regular hexagon measure 120° A regular hexagon has all sides the same length and all angles are equal.

A regular hexagon has six equal internal angles of 120 degrees. None of them are right-angles !

It is called a Regular Hexagon.

A regular 6 sided hexagon has 6 equal sides and 6 equal inside angles.

A regular hexagon has 6 equal sides and 6 equal angles

They can be but they don't have to be. If they are, then it's called a "regular" hexagon.

Not necessarily. However, a Regular hexagon has equal internal angles and equal sides (edges).

The Regular Hexagon.

All hexagons have six angles and six sides.If the sides are all equal and the angles are all equal, then it's called a regular hexagon.

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