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Q: Can a shape have more than one line of symmetry?

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It is a regular pentagon!

Squares, circles, rectangles, and some triangles have more than 1 line of symmetry.

Many shapes have more than one line of symmetry. These include a rectangle, equilateral triangle, and a square. While a rectangle has two lines of symmetry, an equilateral triangle has three.

A circle (infinitely many lines of symmetry), ellipse, rectangle, and all regular polygons.

It indicates a line such that a shape can be reflected over than line such that the image is similar to the original.

not possible

A parallelogram.

Circles and squares have more.

A line of symmetry is a line through a shape. It shows that on either side of this line that the picture is exactly the same. There can be more than one line of symmetry in a shape.They are 'mirror images' when a shapes are divided by a lines of symmetry.

its when you can divide a shape in half and both parts are identical for example.you can divide a square in more than four ways.

its when you can divide a shape in half and both parts are identicalfor example.you can divide a square in more than four ways.

It will have 3 lines of symmetry if its an equilateral triangle and only 1 line of symmetry if its an isosceles triangle.

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