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 A hexagon with different side lengths 2014-05-16 From Grace:Sorry if this is a simple question, but I can't seem to understand how to solve it. I am Trying to find the area of a hexagon with measurements 6x7x6x6x7x6, or 2 sets of opposing sides with 6, and one set with 7. Thank you.Answered by Penny Nom. The area of an irregular hexagon 2012-03-20 From Jacob:I am having trouble finding the area of an irregular hexagon with 5 right angles. It has 5 given sides, with the lengths as follows: 8.2 ft. 6 ft. 4.5 ft. 2.2 ft. 6 and one third ft.Answered by Chris Fisher. An irregular hexagon 2011-02-09 From Emma:Hello, I have math question about how to find the area of an irregular hexagon. It is shaped like a backwards L and the side lengths are as follows 11cm 8cm 5cm 5cm 6 cm 3cm Can you please help me find the area of this? EmmaAnswered by Penny Nom. An area problem 2009-08-30 From Amber:Area of hexagon ABCDEF with the vertices (3,0) (7,0) (9,2) (7,4) (3,4) (1,0)Answered by Harley Weston. An irregular hexagon 2007-07-03 From Rebecca:I need to find the shape of an irregular hexagon, but only have the lengths four of the sides. It actually looks like a rectangle with a trapezoid on top of it. The bottom of the rectangle is 150'. The sides are 75'. The length of the top is 130'. I do not have the lengths of the two smaller sides. Is there any way to find the area of this shape?Answered by Penny Nom. The area of an irregular hexagon 2006-10-30 From Ashish:I want to find out area of an irregular HEXAGON in square feet, whose sides are as follows,Answered by Stephen La Rocque.

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