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Equiangular Hexagons (Posted on 2004-10-15) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Convex hexagon ABCDEF is equiangular but has no two sides the same length. Its sides in some order are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 units long. If AB=1 and CD>BC, what are the lengths of BC, CD, DE, EF and FA?

Another convex hexagon is also equiangular and has sided measuring 1, X, 3, 4, 5, and 6 units long in that order going clockwise. What is the measure of X?

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  Subject Author Date
Solutionwierd analogy + solutionTristan2004-10-16 01:27:54
Solutions + Exp'sJer2004-10-15 16:30:33
SolutionFirst Part, Answer and Solutionnikki2004-10-15 15:39:38
SolutionFull Solution and ExplainationRajal2004-10-15 15:02:36
re: part 2 by paper; part 1 by computerCharlie2004-10-15 14:55:23
Solutionpart 2 by paper; part 1 by computerCharlie2004-10-15 14:51:19
SolutionSecond Part (probably no different from OOO!'s post)nikki2004-10-15 14:34:16
SolutionSecond partOld Original Oskar!2004-10-15 14:03:53
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