Q: What real life object looks like a line of symmetry?

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Looks like there's one line of symmetry, so try capital A

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.

Yes. Draw the letter H on a piece of paper and turn it upside down. You'll notice that it still looks like an H. It does not have 90 degree (or 270 degree) rotational symmetry, though - if you turn it sideways, it looks like a weird elongated I.

When you can cut the object in half and it will look like a mirror image of each side.

A rectangle.

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Sometimes called rotation symmetry, or symmetry of rotation. If you have an object that can be turned through a certain angle (like rotating a cube through 90o) and then it looks identical, then that object has a certain symmetry under rotation. If you can turn it through any angle, like a cylinder, then it has rotation (or rotational) symmetry.

a symetry looks like half of an object that is equal.like for example a butterfly, you draw a line in between it and, if the sides are equal it is a line of semetry.

There are two main types of animal symmetry: bilateralsymmetry and radial symmetry. Bilateral symmetry is when you cut the object in half, it looks the same on both sides: Humans, cats, dogs, butterflies Radial symmetry is when it has body parts all around coming out of the middle: Sea Urchins, coral, sea anemones There are two main types of animal symmetry: bilateral symmetry and radial symmetry. Bilateral symmetry is when you cut the object in half, it looks the same on both sides: Humans, cats, dogs, butterflies Radial symmetry is when it has body parts all around coming out of the middle: Sea Urchins, coral, sea anemones

No, the centre of symmetry is a point usually somewhere in the middle of an object around which things like rotational or reflection occurs. Inversion symmetry is a sort of symmetry itself and not a point like the centre.

No, but it looks like it. Actually the leter S does have a line of symmetry. Not vertically but horizontally. See, S.

Looks like there's one line of symmetry, so try capital A

Symmetry exists naturally. Look at an animal, a leaf, or a flower and you will see symmetry (one side looks like the mirror of the other).

It's just when you rotate a shape. Each time you rotate it, and it looks exactly like the shape you had before you started rotating, is one line of rotational symmetry.

x= 5y+10 * * * * * That looks like a mistaken merge! A regular polygon with n sides has n lines of symmetry.

the earth

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.

Some people say a parallelogram does have a line of symmetry because it looks like a rhombus but the truth is that a parallelogram does not have a line of symmetry because if you take paper and fold it in any way in a shape of a parallelogram so a parallelogram does not have a line of symmetry