Yes it has 3
a circle is symmetric so is a triangle, a rectangle.
symmetric about the y-axis symmetric about the x-axis symmetric about the line y=x symmetric about the line y+x=0
Yes. An isosceles triangle, for example, is symmetric about the bisector of its odd angle but has no rotational symmetry.
Some triangles are symmetric, while others are not. All equilateral and isosceles triangles are symmetric.all triangles are symmetric.
Well, an equilateral triangle has only one line of symmetry. So does and iscosolese. A scalene doesn't have an exact answer because it can have sides that have no way of being symmetric. * * * * * Incorrect! An equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry - not just one. An isosceles (not iscosolese) triangle has one and a scalene has none.
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All the sides of a triangle is symmetrical.
It can be but it doesn't have to be. Some triangles are symmetrical and others aren't.
When in a triangle, for angle A, B, C; As the symmetric property of congruence , when ∠A ≌ ∠B then ∠B ≌ ∠A and when ∠A ≌ ∠C then ∠C ≌ ∠A and when ∠C ≌ ∠B then ∠B ≌ ∠C This is the definition of symmetric property of congruence.