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equal symmetry

If I understand your question, the shape would be "geometrical"

Symmetric

symmetric (get it right)

A line of symmetry, or axis of symmetry.

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Is a line of symmetry

equal symmetry

If I understand your question, the shape would be "geometrical"

Symmetric

symmetric (get it right)

A line on any plane figure which would divide the figure into two equal parts. These parts when folded over should coincide with one another.

A line of symmetry, or axis of symmetry.

When folded over, the right and left halves of the face, palms, and feet match up as mirror images. This is due to bilateral symmetry in the human body where the right and left sides are essentially mirror images of each other.

symmetry? lines of symmetry? something of the sort, i believe..why am i answering this? someone hit me

A line of symmetry

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