Q: How many parallelograms are in a hexagon?

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There are a total of three parallelograms in a triangular prism. Each of the sides are parallelograms, while the ends are triangles.

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Eight.

No trapezoids are parallelograms, and no parallelograms are trapezoids.

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There can be any number (>=3) of parallelograms in a regular hexagon. If it is not a regular hexagon you may not have any.

No because a parallelogram is a 4 sided polygon whereas an hexagon is a 6 sided polygon.

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No. A hexagon has 6 sides. There are parallelograms that do not have 6 sides.

No, all parallelograms are quadrangles or quadrilaterals which have 4 sides. Hexagons have 6 sides.

Nope. A parallelogram has 4 sides, a hexagon has 6 (hex means six)

They are a miscellaneous collection of polygons.

An infinite number. Any parallelogram can be cut in half by a line parallel to one of its sides to increase the number by one. And there is no end to that process.

Quadri- = four.Lateral = side.A quadrilateral means a figure with four sides. A hexagon has six sides. Therefore, a hexagon is not a quadrilateral.Quadrilaterals include squares, rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, and any other random figure with four--and only four--sides.Polygons include all many-sided figures, including hexagons.

Assuming you have a regular hexagon, drawing a line between every other vertex and the center will give you three congruent quadrilaterals (that also happen to be parallelograms... in fact, they are rhombuses).

There are a total of three parallelograms in a triangular prism. Each of the sides are parallelograms, while the ends are triangles.