A parallelogram need have no lines of symmetry.
a parallelogram has 2 lines of symmetry
There are 0 lines of symmetry in a parallelogram.
They have NO lines of symmetry
A parallelogram has no lines of symmetry unless it is a square or a rhombus.
Squares, which are parallelograms, have four lines of symmetry. Rectangles have only two. Rhombi have two lines of symmetry. Generic parallelograms don't have any lines of symmetry.None normally unless it is in the shape of a rectangle in which case it will have 2 lines of symmetry
If it is a square or a rectangle, then yes, it will have lines of symmetry. But if you're thinking of your typical parallelogram that does not have another name, then no, it does not have lines of symmetry. Basically, no.
None.Also a parallelogram (not parralelogram!) has no lines of symmetry (not semmety!)
Some people say a parallelogram does have a line of symmetry because it looks like a rhombus but the truth is that a parallelogram does not have a line of symmetry because if you take paper and fold it in any way in a shape of a parallelogram so a parallelogram does not have a line of symmetry
If you draw a diagonal line from corner to corner of a parallelogram, that is a line of symmetry.
A parallelogram has no lines of symmetry unless it is a square, a rectangle or a rhombus.
None, unless the parallelogram happens to be a rectangle.
A parallelogram normally has no lines of symmetry unless it is in the shape of a rectangle which will then give it 2 lines of symmetry
none (well if you slant the mirror, then it would be two) why - because that's the parallelogram's theory :)
The parallelogram has no lines of symmetery