Q: Is a diagonal line a line of symmetry?

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Axis of symmetry.

No.

Pentagon

The line of reflection in symmetry is the imaginary line that travels down the line of symmetry. For example, in a square, the line of reflection would be the line down the center of the square, and the line down the diagonal of the square.

There are infinite lines of symmetry, as in the case of a circle, the diagonal is the line of symmetry. The diagonal can start at an infinite number of places, and thus there are endless possible lines of symmetry.

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It has a line of rotational symmetry - along the diagonal.

Axis of symmetry.

effectively yes. Diagonal symmetry is when the line of symmetry goes diagonally, rather than horizontally or vertically

No.

Yes * * * * * Not generally.

yes

no.

If you draw a diagonal line from corner to corner of a parallelogram, that is a line of symmetry.

The diagonal of a square for instance is a simple line of symmetry

A square

square

Pentagon