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Q: A square whose sides measures ten centimeter can it fit in a regular hexagon?

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Yes. A regular tessellation can be created from either an equilateral triangle, a square, or a hexagon.

Yes

You don't. One measures length, the other measures area.

* square * equilateral triangle * or any of the other regular polygons having sides of identical length, e.g. regular pentagon, regular hexagon, regular octagon, etc

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A square centimeter measures area, and a centimeter measures length, so they are not exactly comparable in size.

Not if the hexagon is a regular hexagon with sides of the same length as the sides of the square.

Yes. A regular tessellation can be created from either an equilateral triangle, a square, or a hexagon.

Yes

Triangle, square, hexagon.

It's a unit of area equal to the area of a square that measures one centimeter on each side.

square, equillateral triangle, & regular hexagon

The number of sides, vertices and angles are different

The area of a regular hexagon with a 24-inch perimeter is about 41.57 square inches.

You don't. One measures length, the other measures area.

* square * equilateral triangle * or any of the other regular polygons having sides of identical length, e.g. regular pentagon, regular hexagon, regular octagon, etc

Triangle, square, hexagon.

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