Q: What is the interior angle measure for a regular hexagon?

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120 degrees

A regular polygon with each interior angle measuring 120 degrees is a hexagon.

The sum of the interior angles of a 6-sided polygon, or a hexagon, is (6-2)*180 = 720 degrees. The measure of one of these angles cannot be determined unless the hexagon is regular and the question does not say that it is a regular hexagon. If it were a regular hexagon, each interior angle would be 720/6 = 120 degrees.

Providing that it is a regular hexagon each interior angle measures 120 degrees

A hexagon, in general can have an angle of any measure. In a REGUALR hexagon, each interior angle is 120o.

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It depends on a few factors: if the angle is interior, if the angle is exterior, and if the hexagon is a regular hexagon or not. Each interior angle of a regular hexagon is 120o. Each exterior angle of a regular hexagon is 60o.

The 6 inside angles of a hexagon add up to 720 degrees

A regular polygon with each interior angle measuring 120 degrees is a hexagon.

The sum of the interior angles of a 6-sided polygon, or a hexagon, is (6-2)*180 = 720 degrees. The measure of one of these angles cannot be determined unless the hexagon is regular and the question does not say that it is a regular hexagon. If it were a regular hexagon, each interior angle would be 720/6 = 120 degrees.

A regular hexagon.

Providing that it is a regular hexagon each interior angle measures 120 degrees

A hexagon, in general can have an angle of any measure. In a REGUALR hexagon, each interior angle is 120o.

It will have 6 sides and it is a hexagon

interior angle = (number of sides - 2) * 180 / (number of sides) = 4 * 180 / 6 = 120 degrees