a shape with a line of symmetry
A symmetrical shape is said to have line symmetry. A shape that has line symmetry can have one or more lines of symmetry
An isosceles triangle has exactly one line of symmetry, a rectangle has two. A trapezoid can have none or one.
The 2D shape which has one line of symmetry is the trapezium.
An isosceles triangle has exactly one line of symmetry.
The "Line of Symmetry" is the imaginary line where you could fold the image or shape and have both halves match exactly one half is a reflection of the other
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.
Regular shapes have at least one line of symmetry, as opposed to irregular shapes which have no lines of symmetry. A heart is a shape that has one line of symmetry.
this shape has at least one line of symmetry The answer is:- Symmetrical.
If you had a circle and you halved it, exactly in the middle, then that line would be a line of symmetry! And it is the same with a square. If you halve it exactly in the middle then that would be called a line of symmetry! And then all the lines of symmetry in a square are down, across, diagonal from the left and then diagonal from the right! But in a circle there are LOTS of lines of symmetry!