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chancemorris123

  • one year ago

Is it possible for a hexagon to be equiangular but not equilateral? Explain. Yes; if all the angles measure , then the sides are not necessarily all congruent. Yes; if all the angles measure , then the sides are not necessarily all congruent. No; every equiangular hexagon must also be equilateral. No; a hexagon can never be equiangular.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Having and Equilateral Hexagon is exactly the same as saying equiangular because if each angle is the same which would be 60 degrees the side lengths would have to be the same there is no way of getting around it

  2. chancemorris123
    • one year ago
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    i dont get it ?

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