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Q: Does an irregular hexagons interior angles equal 720?

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Because they are equal sides and angles

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.

The sum of all the angles of a quadrialateral, whether its regualr or irregular is 360 degrees.

alternate interior and alternate exterior angles

Allied (or co-interior) angles are supplementary. Vertically opposite angles are always equal.

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Any irregular polygon does not have equal sides and equal interior angles

Only equiangular and regular hexagons have six equal angles. Hexagons do not have to have six equal angles, and the only way a hexagon can have six equal angles if it is equiangular or regular.

A rhombus is an irregular 4 sided quadrilateral because although it has 4 equal sides it does not have 4 equal interior angles.

An irregular polygon has not got all equal sides and all equal interior angles.

All regular polygons have equal lengths and equal interior angles but irregular polygons have variations in sizes.

Yes. In the regular polygon, the angles are all equal parts of the 1,080 . In the irregular one, there are bigger and smaller interior angles, but they still add up to the same total.

A hexagon is a 6 sided polygon with interior angles that add to 720 degrees. Regular hexagons have sides of equal length and interior angles of 120 degrees. Beehive cells are hexagonal

Because they are equal sides and angles

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A regular polygon has equal sides and same sizes of interior angles whereas an irregular polygon has sides of different lengths and different sizes of interior angles

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If a polygon's lengths and angles are all equal it isn't an irregular polygon it's a regular polygon! :)

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