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It is concave because it is going in so it is going in the cave

concave, equilateral

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You start creating a concave hexagon from four triangles by placing the smallest triangle in the middle to serve as a base for the other three. Line up the bases on each triangle with the sides of the smallest one to end up with six sides forming a concave hexagon.

A regular hexagon and 3 classes of convex hexagons, plus concave hexagons will tessellate.

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If it's a regular hexagon, it can't be concave. If it's an irregular hexagon,then it can be concave if it wants to, but it doesn't have to be.

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Not necessarily; but it can be..

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A concave hexagon or a concave octagon.

It is concave because it is going in so it is going in the cave

concave, equilateral

Out of a hexagon, only a hexagon.If you have many hexagons, they can tessellate a plane, although the boundaries of this shape will be concave in parts.Out of a hexagon, only a hexagon.If you have many hexagons, they can tessellate a plane, although the boundaries of this shape will be concave in parts.Out of a hexagon, only a hexagon.If you have many hexagons, they can tessellate a plane, although the boundaries of this shape will be concave in parts.Out of a hexagon, only a hexagon.If you have many hexagons, they can tessellate a plane, although the boundaries of this shape will be concave in parts.

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You start creating a concave hexagon from four triangles by placing the smallest triangle in the middle to serve as a base for the other three. Line up the bases on each triangle with the sides of the smallest one to end up with six sides forming a concave hexagon.

A regular hexagon and 3 classes of convex hexagons, plus concave hexagons will tessellate.

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