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Q: Do all angles in a hexagon have to be the same?

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

A hexagon has NO acute angles all the angles are obtuse on a hexagon.

Absolutely !

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.

well a hexagon has 180 degrees so no all acute angles

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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.

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

Because all the sides are the same length and all the angles are the same.

there are six angles in a hexagon. In a regular hexagon (all of the angles are the same size) they each measure 120 degrees

A hexagon has NO acute angles all the angles are obtuse on a 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).

its a Hexagon!

because , since each angle measures the same then all of th angles are the same size :p

its a hexagon, a regular hexagon has 6 angles that are all the same, when added all together they equal 720 degrees :D

All sides and angles are equal the same length

hexagon

There are 6 sides in a hexagon. All angles are 120o.

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