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There is no such thing as a 3-D hexagon.

A regular hexagon will tessellate and so it forms a plane (2-D) surface, not a 3-D shape. A 3-D shape with six faces is a hexahedron and this could be a triangular bipyramid, a parallelepiped or a pentagonal pyramid.

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2016-07-03 05:11:27

A three dimensional hexagon is can be called a hexagonal prism. This is similar to a cylinder, except on each end, instead of a circle there are hexagons.

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