Q: Does a hexagon has all of its sides congruent?

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A hexagon with 6 congruent sides is a regular hexagon

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

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.

Is an irregular hexagon.

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

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A hexagon with 6 congruent sides is a regular hexagon

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

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

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.

Is an irregular hexagon.

square. hexagon nonagon octagon etc.

A hexagon

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

A regular hexagon.

yes.

Possibly but not necessarily.

Yes, providing that it is in the form of a regular 6 sided hexagon