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Q: Is the hexagon in the obtuse angle family?

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An angle in a hexagon can have any value at all. It can be acute, a right angle, an obtuse angle or even a reflex angle.

obtuse angles

The corner of a normal sheet of paper is 90 degrees. So an angle of the hexagon is obtuse if you can put the corner of the sheet on a vertex of the hexagon and the angle of the hexagon is bigger.

No, all of the sides are obtuse on a regular hexagon. If you made it irregular then it could have an acute angle.

If the particular hexagon is a regular hexagon, then every interior angle is obtuse. However, not every hexagon is regular. Any figure with 6 sides is technically a hexagon, so the answer would be no.

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Yes. A hexagon must have an obtuse angle.

An obtuse angle

An angle in a hexagon can have any value at all. It can be acute, a right angle, an obtuse angle or even a reflex angle.

The corner of a normal sheet of paper is 90 degrees. So an angle of the hexagon is obtuse if you can put the corner of the sheet on a vertex of the hexagon and the angle of the hexagon is bigger.

No, all of the sides are obtuse on a regular hexagon. If you made it irregular then it could have an acute angle.

A regular 6 sided hexagon has 6 interior obtuse angles each measuring 120 degrees

None. Though there can be ten if the hexagons are concave hexagons.

Providing that it is a regular 6 sided hexagon then each interior angle is 120 degrees which is an obtuse angle.

If the particular hexagon is a regular hexagon, then every interior angle is obtuse. However, not every hexagon is regular. Any figure with 6 sides is technically a hexagon, so the answer would be no.

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