Q: What two different shapes make a hexagon?

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No, a parallelogram cannot be a hexagon. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with opposite sides that are parallel and equal in length, while a hexagon is a polygon with six sides. These are two different shapes with different numbers of sides.

hexagon and pentagon

Hexagon

A six sided hexagon and a seven sided heptagon are two examples of shapes beginning with H

An isosceles triangle and an irregular pentagon or two trapeziums.

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Two trapezoids can make up a hexagon.

two squares and two triangles

Two squares Two triangles

No, a parallelogram cannot be a hexagon. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with opposite sides that are parallel and equal in length, while a hexagon is a polygon with six sides. These are two different shapes with different numbers of sides.

You can make a square, a rhombus, a parrallelogram, a kite, a rectangle, and a trapezoid. If you were to make all these shapes out of two triangles, you would have to have different sized triangles for most of them. If you put the bottoms of both of them together, it will make a diamond shape. But they would have to be the same size.

hexagon and pentagon

Hexagon

A six sided hexagon and a seven sided heptagon are two examples of shapes beginning with H

An isosceles triangle and an irregular pentagon or two trapeziums.

A square and a diamond

The answer depends on the relative sizes of the two shapes.

a square ----------- Assuming it's a regular hexagon, it can be one of two shapes depending on whether you cut it in half on a side or on a vertex. On a side, it is an irregular pentagon. On a vertex, it is a trapezoid (quadrilateral).