A regular hexagon.
Total internal angles value of a hexagon is 8 x 90 degrees = 720 degrees and so each internal angle is 720/6 = 120 degrees
120 Degrees A hexagon, or a "6-gon," which has six sides has this sum of interior angles: (6-2)180=720° So, each individual angle is: 720/6=120°
The sum of the exterior angles of any polygon is 360o. A hexagon has 6 sides, therefore there are 6 exterior angles that sum to 360o. As it is a regular hexagon, each angle is the same, thus each angle is 360o / 6 = 60o.
Providing that it is a regular hexagon then each exterior angle will measure 60 degrees
in a regular hexagon, pi/3 radians
Each exterior angle of a regular 6 sided hexagon measures 60 degrees
It depends on a few factors: if the angle is interior, if the angle is exterior, and if the hexagon is a regular hexagon or not. Each interior angle of a regular hexagon is 120o. Each exterior angle of a regular hexagon is 60o.
It depends, because a hexagon does not have to look like a regular hexagon. If you are referring to a regular hexagon, the measure of each angle is 120o . If you are referring yo an irregular hexagon, you're going to have to use a protractor for that.
A regular polygon with each interior angle measuring 120 degrees is a hexagon.
It is: 360/6 = 60 degrees
360/6 = 60 degrees