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A figure of five sides is called a pentagon, of six sides a hexagon, of eight sides an octagon.
Of the three figures, the hexagon is the most proper for convenience and strength.
Geometrical forms like the hexagon, six-pointed star, and even the circle are used, but these generally require a tail.
When the six sides are completed, prepare the hexagon baseboard to suit.
Fig. 170 shows another wall design in which the clock forms the centre of the pendulum and rests in a box of hexagon shape.
For a hexagon nut this angle may be shown to be one of 15°, as in Fig. 444.
The darkest are sewed in the centre of each side of hexagon, with a white at each side, and two more (joined together) above it.
In this case, for example, we have "hexagon" from the Greek words for "six" and "angle."
The most common form of hexagon nut is shown in Fig. 405, the upper edge being chamfered off at an angle of about 40°.
A polygon having six sides.