A four-sided quadrilateral having two lines of symmetry is a rectangle
i think it has four lines of symmetry
Not at all. There are an infinite number of figures that have two lines of symmetry. For a start, an ellipse.
Yes. Some example of this are:Rectangles (at least 2 lines of symmetry)Squares (4 lines of symmetry)Rhombuses (at least 2 lines of symmetry)
Any polygon with an even number of sides can have two lines of symmetry, but it would have to be irregular.
There are two quadrilaterals with 2 lines of symmetry. A rhombus and a rectangle (if they are not also a square)
A rectangle (that is not also a square) or a rhombus (that is not also a square). Squares have 4 symmetry lines.
No, a non-square rectangle has two: the horizontal and the vertical. A square has four lines of symmetry: the horizontal, the vertical, and two diagonal lines.
This is the square. In case you're wondering about the 4 lines of symmetry, they are a vertical line through the middle, a horizontal line across through the middle, and the two diagonal lines drawn in from corner to corner. Only the square will be symmetrical with any of those 4 lines.