All hexagons have six angles and six sides.If the sides are all equal and the angles are all equal, then it's called a regular hexagon.
6 A Regular Hexagon has six sides of equal length, and 6 equal angles.
The interior angles of a regular hexagon measure 120° A regular hexagon has all sides the same length and all angles are equal.
If the sides are all equal, and opposite sides are parallel, then the angles are all equal (72º) and it is a 'regular hexagon'. A six sided plane figure is called a hexagon, as "hex" means "six."
A hexagon IS a six sided polygon. A REGULAR hexagon is the shape we tend to think of when we say hexagon because it has equal sides and equal internal angles. However, a hexagon can have unequal sides and internal angles and still be a hexagon. A hexagon is just a shape with six sides.
A shape with six sides is a hexagon. A hexagon with all sides and angles equal is a regular hexagon.
It is called a Regular Hexagon.
In a "regular hexagon" all sides are equal. For an irregular hexagon there are six sides but they aren't all the same length.
A regular hexagon.
An irregular hexagon
A hexagon can be drawn either with a compass or round object, or free hand. A hexagon has six equal sides and six equal angles. For a perfect hexagon, a compass is recommended. * * * * * While a hexagon does have six sides and six vertices, these need not be equal. If the sides are all equal AND the angles are equal, then the hexagon is a regular hexagon.
yes because all of the sides are equal
They can be but they don't have to be. If they are then it's called a "regular" hexagon.
It is a hexagon all of whose sides are of equal measure. Note that it need not be a regular hexagon since the angles need not be equal (in the same way that a rhombus has four equal sides but its angles are not all the same).
They can be but they don't have to be. If they are, then it's called a "regular" hexagon.
Yes, they would have to be to make the angles equal, making it a regular hexagon.