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Q: What is the measurement of a hexagon with congruent sides?

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Possibly but not necessarily.

yes. it does

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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.

You can do that by simply proving that the hexagon is a regular hexagon. You could do this by dividing the hexagon into 6 equilateral triangles of the same size successfully that tesselate to form a hexagon, thus proving that all sides are equal.

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A hexagon with 6 congruent sides is a regular hexagon

Yes! All six sides of a hexagon are congruent. It doesn't have to have all sides congruent. A hexagon only needs six sides to be a hexagon.

It can have two congruent sides but does not have to.

Is an irregular hexagon.

A hexagon

If the hexagon's sides and angles are congruent, then it a regular hexagon.

Possibly but not necessarily.

Every hexagon has six sides. That's what the "hex" in hexagon means. Every polygon comes in two flavors and the hexagon can be either one of them ... 'regular' or 'irregular'. If the hexagon is a regular one, then all six of its sides are congruent. If the hexagon is an irregular one, then 2, 3, 4, 5, or none of its sides may be congruent.

a regular hexagon... it has to be regular to have the 6 sides congruent.

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A regular hexagon

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