What Do You Call a 6 Sided Shape?

A six sided shape is called a hexagon. All of the interior angles of a hexagon normally add up to 720 degrees. In a regular hexagon, all of the interior angles measure 120 degrees each.
A six sided shape is called a hexagon. It has six straight sides and its interior angles add up 720 °. A six sided shape can bear a number of shapes such as hexagonal prism, hexagonal antiprism and hexagonal pyramid.
A hexagon is a six sided shape. The word hex is Greek meaning the number six and a regular hexagon can be divided into six equilateral (or isosceles) triangles by having 3 lines drawn across the centre from each pair of opposite corners. Hexagon shapes can be found as the repeating unit on the pattern on most soccer balls and in bee honey combs.
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 A six sided shape is a hexagon. A hexagon can have sides that are all the same length (regular) or different lengths (irregular), both are still considered a hexagon. http://answers.ask.com/Science/Mathematics/what_is...