Q: Does a regular heptagon have 1 line of reflectional symmetry?

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Reflection symmetry, reflectional symmetry, line symmetry, mirror symmetry, mirror-image symmetry, or bilateral symmetry is symmetry with respect to reflection

An image has Reflectional Symmetry if there is at least one line which splits the image in half so that one side is the mirror image of the other. Reflectional symmetry is also called line symmetry or mirror symmetry because there is a line in the figure where a mirror could be placed, and the figure would look the same.

There are several US state flags that have reflectional symmetry if a line of symmetry is drawn vertically down the middle. Alabama, Arizona, New Mexico and Indiana all have symmetry.

Um, it's the exact matching of parts on either side of a straight line, so it's exactly the same either side. I think It's sometimes called line symmetry, mirror symmetry or bilateral symmetry!

Yes it does.

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In a regular heptagon, there are 7 lines of symmetry because there is one line of symmetry for every side.

Reflection symmetry, reflectional symmetry, line symmetry, mirror symmetry, mirror-image symmetry, or bilateral symmetry is symmetry with respect to reflection

Line of symmetry

An image has Reflectional Symmetry if there is at least one line which splits the image in half so that one side is the mirror image of the other. Reflectional symmetry is also called line symmetry or mirror symmetry because there is a line in the figure where a mirror could be placed, and the figure would look the same.

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None normally unless it's in the form of an isosceles trapezoid which has 1 line of symmetry.

There are several US state flags that have reflectional symmetry if a line of symmetry is drawn vertically down the middle. Alabama, Arizona, New Mexico and Indiana all have symmetry.

mabe because irregular heptagon looks different all the time

Um, it's the exact matching of parts on either side of a straight line, so it's exactly the same either side. I think It's sometimes called line symmetry, mirror symmetry or bilateral symmetry!

The states that have reflectional symmetry when written vertically in capital letters is Hawaii, Ohio, Iowa, and Utah. * * * * * A does not have horizontal symmetry - it has a vertical axis of symmetry. So only OHIO remains.

square, septagon (heptagon)!

In general, a regular n-gon has n lines of symmetry (for odd n, each line goes through a vertex and the side opposite; for even n, half the lines go through two opposite vertices and half go through two opposite sides). A regular heptagon has 7 lines of symmetry. It has 7 symmetrical lines