if you fold a shape and it is not crocked or too big or small that and it is equal that is how you know it is a symmetric
Symmetric is a term used to describe an object in size or shape. For example, you could say that an orange is symmetric to the sun or a glass is symmetric to a cone
Some triangles are symmetric, while others are not. All equilateral and isosceles triangles are symmetric.all triangles are symmetric.
Symmets is related to the definition of a symmetric shape.
Yes, a shape is symmetrical if it can be cut in half in any way, and be the same on both sides.
Bell-shaped, unimodal, symmetric
The "W" in steel I-beam designations refers to wide-flanged beams. Most wide-flanged beams are symmetric about both the vertical and horizontal axes.
The answer depends on the context.In algebra, a relationship, ~, is symmetric over a set S if for any two members, x and y, in S,x ~ y implies that y ~ x.For example, "equal to (=)" is symmetric but "greater than (>)" is not.In geometry, a shape is symmetric if a transformation such as a rotation about an axis (of less than a whole circle) or reflection about some line can bring the shape back onto itself.
Symmetric means having similarity in shape, size, and relative position of corresponding parts. It refers to a thing wherein one side is a mirror image or reflection of the other.
The only shape that is symmetric about a point are a circle, sphere and their multi-dimensional counterparts. There are many more functions that are symmetric about the axes or specific lines.