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How many sides does a hexagonal pencil have?

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eight if perfectly pointed or absolutely new. Can be no limits when in use (under microscopic examination if required). That is assuming no chips/ dents on the body otherwise.

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Did you mean edges or faces?

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the hexagonal pencil will 18 sides (or 18 edges) if you are talking about faces then it will have eight faces ....however when it is sharpened the results are different...

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Did you mean edges or faces?

even i am having the same confusion...

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the hexagonal pencil will 18 sides (or 18 edges) if you are talking about faces then it will have eight faces ....however when it is sharpened the results are different...

Hmm... i wanted to give that answer, but.... well you know abt the confusion! ;)

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Two: the inside and the outside.

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Two: the inside and the outside.

Whaaaatt??.....

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Did you mean edges or faces?

Its the faces

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Did you mean edges or faces?

Its the faces

then it may be 8 faces( for a new pencil)

or

7 flat and 1 curved face for a perfectly sharpened one.

(i know it doesn't seem like a nice answer)

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