Yes, a shape is symmetrical if it can be cut in half in any way, and be the same on both sides.
symmetric means that it can be divided/cut in half so that both sides are exactly the same (doesn't matter how many times: it can be more than 1). and asymmetric means not symmetric.
A symmetric trapezium.
true - Distributions that have the same shape on both sides of the center are called symmetric
It means that a shape is exactly like another shape if you flip it over or turn it around. Think of the two sides of a circle or the two halves of a clam.
Lots of possibilities: an isosceles triangle, an isosceles trapezium, an irregular polygon with an odd number of sides, where the sides and angles on either side of the base are symmetric.
you subtract 3 from the number of sides then multiply that by the number of sides divided by 2
The shape descibed is not a symmetric figure. If it is folded on the diagonal line described, then the corners would stick off the sides. If the question is implying that they want to fold it in a differant way, then it would not be symmetrical because of the line. The line would not be in the place on both sides.
360 Divided By How Many Sides The Shape Turned.
all sides equal and you can fold it
look at how many sides there are...
yes, they are the same on both sides