A life has four lines of symmetry for all shapes like this have the same number of sides as lines of symmetry.😃
The rectangle has four corners.Every corner is a right angle.Every right angle is a place where two perpendicular lines meet.Looks like the rectangle has four pairs of perpendicular sides.
something that is owned like a rectangle owns four cortices and two parallel lines.
Yes, it has 2 lines of symmetry as it is like a slanted square. If you stand it upwards it is like diamond. And diamonds have 2 lines of symmetry.
When something has symmetry, it is the same size and same shape. like a square has 4 lines of symmetry.
they are the same
Something that you can fold and its equal....
Yes. A non-convex hexagon with 3 main points like a triangle will only have 3 lines of symmetry.
Just like a circle a cylinder has infinite lines of symmetry
because a square has four right angles like a rectangle
To have no symmetry the four sides would all have different lengths, and each angle would also be different. The figure would not look like a square or a rectangle, but would instead be an irregular 4-sided polygon.
It could but not all of them .if this is not the answer you are looking for then i am so sorry. :( A polygon CAN have 5 lines of symmetry or more, such as a pentagon, hexagon or an octagon, etc. however, polygons like the square or triangle don't have 5 lines of symmetry.
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A rectangle with four equal sides would not be a rectangle, it would be a square. In a rectangle opposite sides are equal in length and are parallel.
Its 4 just like a square * * * * * No it is not. The diagonals of a square are lines of symmetry; not so with a rectangle. So there are only 2 lines of symmetry. In theory, the statement made by the User above^^^ is true, but when it comes to the decisive moment where one has to create structures, or anything that might save or take away lives, that fails... In a rectangle, if you make diagonals, the rectangle will be split into 2 equal length, equal size, right triangles. These people have made the common misconception of trusting a textbook entirely for their answers. Textbooks are written by humans, and humans make mistakes. If everyone understood this, 9/11 never would have happened.
This is a octagonA octagon has 8 sides and 8 corners.1 face and 8 lines of symmetry.* * * * *An octagon need not have any lines of symmetry.
x= 5y+10 * * * * * That looks like a mistaken merge! A regular polygon with n sides has n lines of symmetry.
It depends on how the trapezoid is shaped. _ / \ If it's like this, it would have 1 line of symmetry going vertically. _ |_\ This trapizoid would have no lines of symmetry.
First, you draw two horizontal elongated lines. Then, draw to vertical lines, half as big as the elongated lines. It should look something like this: ______________________ /this is a good rectangle.... / ====================
a rectangle with lots of lines and colors.
There are many in life. I'll give some examples. Like, a butterfly. And a boat. Oranges also have two lines of symmetry.
A four-sided plane figure with four right angles
Presumably because it has four right angles and four straight sides that are parallel just like a rectangle has.
A trapeze, the swing-like thing used by acrobats, has one line of symmetry.