A hexagon is a shape that has 6 sides

This Shape is a HEXAGON which has 6 sides and 6 angles.

A shape with 6 sides is a hexagon. A shape, that is, with 6 EQUAL sides.

Shapes have sides. Do you mean, what shape has 6 sides or, what solid has 6 faces?

A hexagon has 6 sides and 6 vertices.

Hexagons has 6 sides and 6 angles.

Hexagon has 6 sides and 6 corners.

a 6 SIDED shape is called a hexagon

A hexagon has six sides.

A hexagon has 6 sides and 6 angles.

The answer to the question 'What is a shape with six sides called' would be a hexagon.

its a hexagon that has six sides

A hexagon has six sides.

I do not believe that there is such a shape.

it is a 3d figure with 6 sides

Technically, you cannot have a shape having 6 corners and 9 sides because a corner is made with two sides coming together. That's why a shape can have only the amount of corners as sides it has.

A hexagon has exactly 6 sides.

the sides of a shape! ex: a cube has 6 faces!

An hexagon is the name of a shape that has 6 sides.

A plane shape with these characteristics is a "hexagon".

Hexagon

any shape with 6 sides

Hexagon :)

A shape with six sides is a hexagon. A hexagon with all sides and angles equal is a regular hexagon.

no. 5 sides = pentagon. 6 sides = hexagon

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