Q: How can you tell if a hexagon has congruent angles without measuring?

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Not necessarily. You can have, for example, a hexagon with angles measuring 95, 105, 115, 125, 135 and 145 degrees.

Is an irregular hexagon.

A regular 6 sided hexagon has 6 interior congruent angles of 120 degrees.

If the hexagon's sides and angles are congruent, then it a regular hexagon.

If it is a 'regular' hexagon, then all angles are congruent, and all are obtuse.

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Not necessarily. You can have, for example, a hexagon with angles measuring 95, 105, 115, 125, 135 and 145 degrees.

Is an irregular hexagon.

A regular 6 sided hexagon has 6 interior congruent angles of 120 degrees.

If the hexagon's sides and angles are congruent, then it a regular hexagon.

If it is a 'regular' hexagon, then all angles are congruent, and all are obtuse.

Yes, providing that it is in the form of a regular 6 sided hexagon

Yes, that's what "regular" means.

yes. it does

Regular Hexagon

square. hexagon nonagon octagon etc.

Irregular hexagon has 2 right angles all other sides are congruent. How large is each one?

120 degrees.