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no because other shapes have more such as a square

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Q: Is the only quadrilateral with 2 lines of symmetry a rectangle?

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Four, if the quadrilateral is a square, but if it is a rectangle it only has two and if it is an irregular quadrilateral it most probably only has one. So a rectangle, a rhombus, and a parallelogram have two, orders of rotational symetry but a kite and a trapezium although quadrilaterals (4sides) only have one.

No because diagonal lines do not count. Even though they might fit perfectly inside the rectangle, but those don't count. Only lines going horizontally or vertically count as lines of symmetry. :)

Actually, a rectangle has four lines of symmetry:One horizontal;One vertical; andTwo diagonal.

Yes, a trapezoid may have two lines of symmetry, but the trapezoid must also be a rectangle.If the trapezoid is not also a rectangle, the the most symmetry lines it can have possible is 1 (this can only occur it's an isosceles trapezoid.)

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A quadrilateral with 4 right angles can only be a rectangle or a square. A rectangle has only two lines of symmetry - the lines joining the midpoints of its opposite sides. So the answer cannot be a rectangle. A square has the same lines of symmetry as a rectangle, plus the two diagonals - 4 lines in all.

They both have the same amount of lines of symmetry. * * * * * Not true. A square has four lines of symmetry, a rectangle only two.

The quadrilateral would have to be a parallelogram which is not also a rectangle or a rhombus.

A square has 4 lines of symmetry whereas a rectangle has only 2 lines of symmetry.

No it has only 2

Only two - parallel to and halfway between the sides. The diagonals are not lines of symmetry.

A rectangle. Obviously the right angles are in the four corners of the rectangle. The lines of symmetry occur across the horizontal and vertical. There are no lines of symmetry on the diagonal.

There are only two lines of symmetry. Divide either of the two opposite sides of the rectangle in half and join these two points.

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Shapes that only have two lines of symmetry:SquareRectangleParallelogram

rhombus,parralellagram ,rectangle

Four, if the quadrilateral is a square, but if it is a rectangle it only has two and if it is an irregular quadrilateral it most probably only has one. So a rectangle, a rhombus, and a parallelogram have two, orders of rotational symetry but a kite and a trapezium although quadrilaterals (4sides) only have one.