If you mean which triangle has at least two lines of symmetry, I can answer your question: an equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry-- one passing through the center of each side and through the opposite point, perpendicular to the side.
A rhombus has two lines of symmetry, joining its opposite corners.Two, one through each of it's diagonals
U has one axis of symmetry- the vertical axis through its middle.
No, radial symmetry has the one with many lines.
One. Vertical through the apex.
A line of symmetry is a line through a shape. It shows that on either side of this line that the picture is exactly the same. There can be more than one line of symmetry in a shape.They are 'mirror images' when a shapes are divided by a lines of symmetry.
Two lines of symmetry; one vertical and one horizontal
Yes they only have one. There is no other lines of symmetry except for the line that cuts through the center of the butterfly.
The number of lines of symmetry in a polygon corresponds to the number of sides it has. If a polygon has n sides, then its symmetry will be n lines of symmetry and it will have one point of symmetry. A pentagon has five lines of symmetry, nonagon has 9, n-gon has n lines of symmetry, so on and so forth.
It has one line of symmetry
i am not sure but i think a trapezium has 1 order of rotational symmetry
A trapezoid has no lines of symmetry unless it is in the form of an isosceles trapezoid which has one line of symmetry