A shape that has six sides is called a hexagon. A hexagon is a flat polygon with straight sides. More »

A six-sided shape is called a hexagon as long as all six sides are straight lines and the lines connect to make one closed shape. If it does not close or has curved lines, there is no generic name for the shape. More »

A 6-sided polygon is called a hexagon. A polygon is any closed figure with 3 or more sides and angles. Every polygon from 3 to 20 has a name. Polygons with 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100 sides have names, as well. More »

A six-sided shape is called a hexagon as long as all six sides are straight lines and the lines connect to make one closed shape. If it does not close or has curved lines, there is no generic name for the shape. More »

A regular hexagon with six equal sides has six lines of symmetry. For all regular polygons, the number of lines of symmetry is equal to the number of sides. More »

Determine the perimeter of a hexagon by adding the length of its 6 sides. If it is a regular hexagon, where the lengths of all sides are equal, the perimeter can also be determined by multiplying the length of 1 of its s... More »

A person draws a hexagon by drawing a closed polygon with six sides and six vertices. A regular hexagon has six equal sides and six equal angles. A person can draw a regular hexagon using a geometric construction. More »