Geometry

# What is the sum of sides of a snowflake?

Most, but not all, snowflakes are six sided

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## Related Questions

There are 8 days of Hanukkah; and snowflakes have six sides or angles.

The sum of the 5 sides.The sum of the 5 sides.The sum of the 5 sides.The sum of the 5 sides.

Yes - as you "zoom in" on the sides of the snowflake, the same pattern occurs infinitely.

They usually have 6 sides unless they are damaged.

All snowflakes have six sides not one of them has more or less

Sides = 2 (front and back) Corners = 6 (mostly)

A snowflake normally has six sides which are also known as branches. All snowflakes take the shape of a hexagon.

the sum of all sides are called a perimeter

Triangle = sum of its 3 sides Square = sum of its 4 sides Rectangle = sum of its 4 sides

There is not a general formula for the sum of the sides of an arbitrary polygon.

The sum of the lengths of the sides of a polygon is called the perimeter.

The sum of all the sides of a given shape is the perimeter of that shape.

snowflakes have 6 sides, so you fold the piece of paper 3 times.

A hexagon is a polygon with six sides. A snowflake is generally hexagonal.

Assuming the sum refers to that of the interior angles, the polygon has 27 sides.

The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon with ANY number of sides, is 360 degrees.

The sum, of the number of sides, is seven!

A shape does not have a sum. The angles of a shape have a sum, the lengths of its sides have a sum, the number of its diagonals are a sum, but the shape itself certainly does not have any sum!

A convex figure has eight sides. What is the sum of its exterior angles?

The sum of the measurement of all sides of a non-circular closed-figure gives you it's perimeter.

sum interior angles = (number of sides - 2) &times; 180&deg; &rarr; number of sides = sum interior angles &divide; 180&deg; + 2 = 5040&deg; &divide; 180&deg; + 2 = 30

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