Which polygon shown is a regular hexagon?

Which polygon shown is a regular hexagon?

A Table of Values

Type Name when Regular Interior Angle
Quadrilateral (or Tetragon) Square 90°
Pentagon Regular Pentagon 108°
Hexagon Regular Hexagon 120°
Heptagon (or Septagon) Regular Heptagon 128.571°

Are all regular hexagons congruent?

In order to be congruent, corresponding sides must be the same length. The regular hexagon has all side lengths with the same measure. The answer is no, the two hexagons are not congruent as their corresponding sides are not all the same measure.

Can an equilateral hexagon not be regular?

Indeed it is not true. For example, the hexagon on the left below is equiangular but not equilateral while the one on the right is equilateral but not equiangular. First of All – thanks!!!!!

What are the properties of a regular hexagon?

Properties of a Regular Hexagon: It has six sides and six angles. Lengths of all the sides and the measurement of all the angles are equal. The total number of diagonals in a regular hexagon is 9. The sum of all interior angles is equal to 720 degrees, where each interior angle measures 120 degrees.

Is a hexagon an irregular shape?

Like other polygons, a hexagon can be classified as regular or irregular. If all the sides and interior angles of a hexagon are equal, it is a regular hexagon. Otherwise it is an irregular hexagon. Hexagons or other polygons can also be classified as either convex or concave.

Which polygon has more sides than a hexagon?

The hexagon is one of only three regular polygons that fit together to cover a flat surface without any gaps, the other two being the square and the equilateral triangle. Because a hexagon has more sides than a square or triangle, its area has a more compact fixed perimeter than either one.

How many interior angles does a regular hexagon have?

The sum of all the interior angles in a hexagon is equal to 720 degrees. A hexagon is a polygon that consists of six straight line segments and six interior angles.