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Not necessarily. However, a Regular hexagon has equal internal angles and equal sides (edges).

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2d shape with 6 equal sides?

A shape with six sides is a hexagon. A hexagon with all sides and angles equal is a regular hexagon.

What is a hexagon called with all sides equal and all angles equal?

It is called a Regular Hexagon.

Does a hexagon have six equal sides or just six sides?

In a "regular hexagon" all sides are equal. For an irregular hexagon there are six sides but they aren't all the same length.

What has 6 sides and all of the sides are equal?

A regular hexagon.

What has six sides and all sides are not equal?

An irregular hexagon

Draw a 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.

Is it possible for a hexagon to have all 6 angles equal and not be a regular hexagon?

yes because all of the sides are equal

Does all sides of a hexagon have to be equal?

They can be but they don't have to be. If they are then it's called a "regular" hexagon.

What is a equilateral 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).

Are the sides and angles of a hexagon all equal?

They can be but they don't have to be. If they are, then it's called a "regular" hexagon.

Are all sides of a regular hexagon equal?

Yes, they would have to be to make the angles equal, making it a regular hexagon.

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