Polyhexes

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Polyhexes are formed by joining unit hexagons to form larger pieces.

 Monohex - 1 (1 tile)

         

 Dihex - 1 (2 tiles)

         

 Trihexes - 3 (9 tiles)

     
1 2 3      

 Tetrahexes - 7 (28 tiles)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
L J S Y U Q O

 Pentahexes - 22 (110 tiles)

1 2 3 4 5 6
I L Y E Z V
7 8 9 10 11 12
J P N C S K
13 14 15 16 17 18
R T W H F U
   
19 20 21 22    
D A Q X    

Hexahexes - 82 (492 tiles)

Symmetries

None Bilateral Horizontal Vertical Birotary Ternary Full
The terms "horizontal" and "vertical" refer to reflective symmetry with the hexagons resting on a flat side. The same terminology is used throughout this website when referring to polyhexes - other sites may differ.

 

 For higher orders of polyhex, the number of pieces is as follows:

 Heptahexes - 333

 Octahexes   - 1448

 Ennehexes  - 6572

 Decahexes  - 30490

Puzzles using Mono - Tetrahexes

Puzzles using Mono - Pentahexes

Puzzles using Pentahexes

 

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