An angle in a hexagon can have any value at all. It can be acute, a right angle, an obtuse angle or even a reflex angle.
No; that is impossible.
A regular 6 sided hexagon has no right angles but it's quite possible for an irregular hexagon to have right angles.
No they dont because a hexagon does not have a right angle
There are no right angles in a regular hexagon nor any regular hexagons in a right angle.
There are 6 sides in a hexagon. All angles are 120o.
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.
no, the internal angles of a hexagon are 120 degrees and the external angles are 60 degrees.
A hexagon, in general can have an angle of any measure. In a REGUALR hexagon, each interior angle is 120o.
Yes, a hexagon has a reflex angle. It's the outside of any angle inside the hexagon. :)
None. A hexagon has eight angles all of which are 45 degrees. A right angle has 90 degrees.
pentagon, hexagon, octagon
a hexagon with a refle angle
Yes. A hexagon must have an obtuse angle.
You are an irregular hexagon.
A regular 6 sided hexagon has 6 interior obtuse angles each measuring 120 degrees
Exterior angle of a regular hexagon = 60 degrees
The hexagon has the larger exterior angle.
No, if they did the shape would be a square. The angle is more than 90 degrees.
It is a hexagon with a reflex angle.
If it is a regular hexagon then each of its 6 interior angles are 120 degrees
which to has a larger interior angle, octagon or hexagon?
Yes 720 is the angle sum of a hexagon.