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# Why the shape of weights are hexagonal?

why not??

## Related Questions

A hexagonal pyramid. A hexagonal pyramid. A hexagonal pyramid. A hexagonal pyramid.

A hexagonal prism. A hexagonal prism. A hexagonal prism. A hexagonal prism.

a hexagonal pyramid is a 3-d shape with two hexagonal bases and three triangular faces!

You can say how many sides does a hexagonal shape have?

The answer depends on whether you mean a hexagonal pyramid or a hexagonal prism or some other shape involving hexagons.

They are hexagonal (six-sided) in shape.

They're referred to as hexagonal prisms. or a hexagonal pyramid.

Since it is easier to conjoin hexagonal cells up to any length and width of any shape, bees prefer a hexagonal hive to any other shape. They have manageable number of sides.

There are many possibilities: a nonagonal pyramid a hexagonal dipyramid a hexagonal prism are some.

it is naturally found in Hexagonal shape latter it can be re-cut in any shape as desired

There are many possibilities. A nonagonal pyramid A hexagonal prism A hexagonal dipyramid are three.

look at a pencil. it is only hexagonal prism i can think of. bye.

Even though it's not really a candy, gushers are hexagonal prisms.

Because regular hexagonal shapes are able to tessellate leaving no gaps or overlaps.

The imaginary shape... :) Really it is a hexagonal prism.

They are not always square. Many are hexagonal.