Q: Are all six sided shapes called hexagons?

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For a 6 sided shape to be a hexagon, it must (in addition to having 6 sides) be a polygon. To be a polygon, it must be a closed shape (no unlinked lines) and it must be convex (All angles are pointed towards the outside, rather than inwards). If it matches all of these criteria, then it is indeed a hexagon. There are many 6 sided shapes that are not hexagons, including cubes.

All 7 sided shapes are called heptagons.

There are infinitely many of them and they are collectively known as polygons.

They are called Polygons.If all the sides are straight lines, then a polygon.

Squares are regular all the time. Diamonds, hexagons and pentagons are sometimes regular.

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Hexagons, assuming they are polygons.

Six sided shapes are called hexagons. If all 6 sides are the same size, then the shape is called a regular hexagon.

For a 6 sided shape to be a hexagon, it must (in addition to having 6 sides) be a polygon. To be a polygon, it must be a closed shape (no unlinked lines) and it must be convex (All angles are pointed towards the outside, rather than inwards). If it matches all of these criteria, then it is indeed a hexagon. There are many 6 sided shapes that are not hexagons, including cubes.

All six-sided two dimensional figures are hexagons.

No because all 4 sided shapes are called quadrilaterals which includes parallelograms

Polygons.

Quadrilaterals

Triangles.

All 7 sided shapes are called heptagons.

There are infinitely many of them and they are collectively known as polygons.

They are called Polygons.If all the sides are straight lines, then a polygon.

All 6 sided objects are in the family class of hexagons.