More questions:
1. As long as they result in non-superimposable pictures without flipping? Or with flipping?
2. You didn't specify whether they are equilateral hexagons.
3. You didn't specify whether they are convex hexagons.
More questions:
1. As long as they result in non-superimposable pictures without flipping? Or with flipping?
2. You didn't specify whether they are equilateral hexagons.
3. You didn't specify whether they are convex hexagons.
Hello, Phil
Have you considered playing with some bathroom tiles?
How many different ways are there of putting 5 hexagons together
so that at least one side touches? *
* Each hexagon must have a common side with at least one other hexagon.
If you're waiting for some Magic Formula, you've a long wait . . .
There are 18 ways.
Do you really expect someone to draw the diagrams?
I refer you to Polyominoes by Solomon W. Golomb.