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## How many pairs of parallel lines are there in regular Hexagon? |

A. | 2 |

B. | 3 |

C. | 6 |

D. | 1 |

Answer» B. 3 | |

Explanation: hexagon is a closed figure which has six sides, six corners. given is regular hexagon which means it has equal interior angles and equal side lengths. so, there will be 3 pair of parallel lines in a regular hexagon. |

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