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Each internal [[angle]] of a [[Regular polygon | regular]] hexagon measures 120 [[degree (geometry) | degrees]], so the sum of the angles is <math>720^{\circ}</math>. | Each internal [[angle]] of a [[Regular polygon | regular]] hexagon measures 120 [[degree (geometry) | degrees]], so the sum of the angles is <math>720^{\circ}</math>. | ||

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+ | A regular hexagon can be divided into 6 equilateral triangles where the apothem is the height of these triangles. | ||

[[Area]]: <math>\frac{3s^2\sqrt{3}}{2}</math> Where <math>s</math> is the side length of the hexagon. | [[Area]]: <math>\frac{3s^2\sqrt{3}}{2}</math> Where <math>s</math> is the side length of the hexagon. |

## Latest revision as of 21:00, 14 December 2018

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A **hexagon** is a polygon with six edges and six vertices.

## Regular hexagons

Each internal angle of a regular hexagon measures 120 degrees, so the sum of the angles is .

A regular hexagon can be divided into 6 equilateral triangles where the apothem is the height of these triangles.

Area: Where is the side length of the hexagon.