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Q: What is a figure that has point symmetry but not line symmetry?

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There are infinitely many such shapes. To start with, any regular will do.

Line symmetry = Reflection symmetry. Point symmetry = Rotational symmetry.

A parallelogram does not have a line of symmetry.

It is a line through the point of symmetry. In general it is not an axis of symmetry.

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An octagon is a 2-dimensional figure, not a line of symmetry. However, it has several lines of symmetry.

A circle and square.

A line of symmetry, or axis of symmetry.

something that has point symmetry is shapes with thought points

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It is called line symmetry when we can actually draw a line down the middle of a figure that divides the figure into two mirror images.

Yes. An ellipse (oval) has two lines of symmetry, but not a rotational symmetry. A parabola has one line and no rotation.

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line of symmetry is divides a figure into halves are the mirror images ofeach other

A nonrectangular parallelogram has rotational symmetry, but not line symmetry. Additionally, shapes such as the letters S, N, and Z can be rotated to show rotational symmetry, although they do not have line symmetry.

True.

It is a line of symmetry

It is a line of symmetry

Shapes do not always have lines of symmetry. For example, if you have an irregular shape, it will not have a line of symmetry. I am quite certain though that all geometric shapes have a line of symmetry.