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It has line symmetry (straight down the center) but not rotational symmetry.

Q: Does T have rotational symmetry and line symmetry?

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Yes. Any equilateral shape can have both rotational and line symmetry.

No A rectangle has rotational symmetry as well

parallelogram * * * * * A parallelogram does have rotational symmetry (order 2).

Both.

Yes, the capital letter N has rotational symmetry but no lines of symmetry:

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No A rectangle has rotational symmetry as well

Line symmetry.

parallelogram * * * * * A parallelogram does have rotational symmetry (order 2).

Both.

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