A right angle has one line of symmetry.
the line of symmetry from the middle
No. Look 7 the top and bottom are uneven lengths and no matter what angle you put the line of symmetry at, there will still be no proper symmetry line
It is not possible to show anything using this browser, but the only line of symmetry is the bisector of the angle.
Yes. An isosceles triangle, for example, is symmetric about the bisector of its odd angle but has no rotational symmetry.
It can have an axis (line) of symmetry, but need not.
Most shapes have no line of symmetry and no right angle. Look at your hand, feet, face or body (the last two are only nearly symmetrical), the keyboard, the monitor.
I would think there would be an infinite number of lines of symmetry. Any line passing through the center of the circle, regardless of the angle will be a symmetry line.
There are an infinite number of lines of symmetry in a circle, as any diameter will be a line of symmetry and there are an infinite number of angle measure for that line to pass through.
It depends. If it is a right isosceles triangle, it has one axis of symmetry (the line which would bisect the right angle). A right scalene triangle has no axis of symmetry.
None normally but if it is a right angle isosceles triangle it will have 1 line of symmetry
There is no specific name. It is one of the medians, angle bisectors and perpendicular bisectors: one set of these is coincident and is the line of symmetry.
1 its from the "right angle point" on a diagonal to the center of the longest line.None normally but if it's an isosceles right angle triangle it will have 1 line of symmetry.
a line of symmetry in a shape is the line which reflects on the other side of the shape, so you can get the same side onto the other side from an angle! :D I hope that this has helped!
They all have line symmetry except S
The least angle at which the figure may be rotated to coincide with itself is the angle of symmetry.
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None. You can rotate a circle by the smallest possible angle that you can think of and it will be an angle of symmetry. And then you can halve that angle of rotation and still have rotational symmetry. And you can halve that angle ...
It is the axis of symmetry which is a line such that a object that is rotated at right angles to it becomes congruent to its original state before the angle of rotation reaches 360 degrees.
A scalene triangle would fit the given description if it has 3 different acute angles that add up to 180 degrees.
An isosceles right angle triangle fits the description
Line symmetry = Reflection symmetry. Point symmetry = Rotational symmetry.
No. An object/image has symmetry if you can draw a straight line through it and both sides are symmetrical (where the image looks the same on both sides of the line of symmetry.) There is no angle that you can place a line on the capital letter 'L' and get symmetrical images.
A symmetrical shape is said to have line symmetry. A shape that has line symmetry can have one or more lines of symmetry