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Q: What is the total measurement of a hexagon?

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The 6 interior angles of a 6 sided hexagon add up to 720 degrees

Angles inside a hexagon = 6 Angles inside a pentagon = 5 Total = 11

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A regular hexagon that has a perimeter of 18 units of measurement

each internal angle of a hexagon is 120 degrees therefore angles in a hexagon add up to 720 degrees

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The total angle measurement is 720 degrees.

Each interior angle of a hexagon is 120 degrees and there are 6 of them. That would equal 720 degrees.

The 6 interior angles of a 6 sided hexagon add up to 720 degrees

The interior angles of a regular hexagon measure 120° A regular hexagon has all sides the same length and all angles are equal.

The total sum of exterior angles of any polygon is 360 degrees. So if it is a regular hexagon it would have 6 exterior angles of 60 degrees.

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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.

Angles inside a hexagon = 6 Angles inside a pentagon = 5 Total = 11

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A hexagon has six sides. Subtract that by two and you get four. Multiply 180 by 4 and you get 720. That is the total number of degrees in a hexagon. Hope this helped! The Anonymous Answerer

A regular hexagon that has a perimeter of 18 units of measurement

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