## What is a shape with 6 line segments?

Regular Hexagons A regular hexagon can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional geometrical shape, composed of six equal line segments making six equal angles. In other words, a regular hexagon has all the sides and angles of equal dimensions.

## What is closed shape made of 6 line segments?

A polygon is a closed plane shape that is made up of line segments that meet only at their endpoints. Each line segment in a polygon is a side. All polygons are closed shapes.

**What kind of polygons where all of its segments and angles are not equal?**

Irregular polygons do not have equal sides and measure of angles. Convex Polygon: The polygon whose measure of an interior angle is less than 180° is termed as a convex polygon. The vertices of a convex polygon are always outwards. Concave Polygons: In concave polygons, at least one angle measures more than 180°.

**What shape is less than a right angle?**

Acute angle

Acute angle: An acute angle is less than 90°. Think “a-cute little angle.” Acute angles are kind of like an alligator’s mouth — not opened very wide.

### What shape has 6 line segments and 2 angles?

Hexagon

Regular hexagon | |
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Coxeter diagram | |

Symmetry group | Dihedral (D6), order 2×6 |

Internal angle (degrees) | 120° |

Dual polygon | Self |

### What angle is a hexagon?

120 degrees

A hexagon has six sides, and we can use the formula degrees = (# of sides – 2) * 180. Then degrees = (6 – 2) * 180 = 720 degrees. Each angle is 720/6 = 120 degrees.

**What is the name of a polygon with 6 sides?**

hexagon

In geometry, a hexagon (from Greek ἕξ, hex, meaning “six”, and γωνία, gonía, meaning “corner, angle”) is a six-sided polygon or 6-gon. The total of the internal angles of any simple (non-self-intersecting) hexagon is 720°.

**Which polygons have only right angles?**

We explored the many shapes that contain right angles, angles that measure exactly 90 degrees, such as squares, rectangles, and right triangles.

## Does a pentagon have a right angle?

A regular pentagon has no right angles ( It has interior angles each equal to 108 degrees). An irregular pentagon has at most three right angles, because a fourth would leave 180 degrees to be used for the final angle that is (540 degrees – 360 degrees), which is a straight line.

## Are there any polygons that have right angles?

Ans. Square, rectangle, and right trapezoid are three polygons that have right angles. Q7. Do all polygons have parallel sides?

**Which is not a polygon with no straight sides?**

Q10. Is an oval a polygon? Ans. An oval is not a polygon because it has no straight sides.

**What’s the difference between a triangle and a polygon?**

The line segments of a polygon are called sides or edges. The point where two line segments meet is called vertex or corners, henceforth an angle is formed. An example of a polygon is a triangle with three sides. A circle is also a plane figure but it is not considered as a polygon, because it is a curved shape and does not have sides or angles.

### Which is an example of a polygon with three sides?

The point where two line segments meet is called vertex or corners, henceforth an angle is formed. An example of a polygon is a triangle with three sides. A circle is also a plane figure but it is not considered as a polygon, because it is a curved shape and does not have sides or angles.