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What shape has six sides and 6 angles?


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2013-01-15 22:00:29
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A six sided geometrical figure is called a hexagon.

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

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A hexagon IS a six sided polygon. A REGULAR hexagon is the shape we tend to think of when we say hexagon because it has equal sides and equal internal angles. However, a hexagon can have unequal sides and internal angles and still be a hexagon. A hexagon is just a shape with six sides.

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lots of shapes are like that! any shape with smooth edges can have no right angles if you rearange the sides and their lengths. a hexagon is any shape with six sides, so it can have almost any angle in it. same with octagon and eight. in fact, shape names are just categories.

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