An Angelfish can have 3 levels of symmetry, a) Symmetrical, b) Offset Symmetry and c) Non-Symmetrical.
Polyps are radially symmetrical.
Approximate Symmetry is approximately symmetrical. Regular Symmetry is Symmetrical for sure.
Starfish are radially symmetrical animals. Radial symmetry is a type of symmetry that a central axis. Radial symmetry is also found in flowering plants.
Mostly it is bilaterally symmetrical The pedals have an inverse mirror symmetry. The chain and gears are asymmetrical.
Scorpions have bilateral symmetry. This means that if you draw a line to divide it starting at the middle of its head, then down its back, to the tip of its tail, the two halves of the scorpion would match. The other type of symmetry is radial symmetry, and many organisms, such as plants or sponges, are not symmetrical.
bilateral occasionally plane symmetrical end-to-end
a circle but a crayfish contains vertical symmetry.
Something with symmetry is said to be symmetrical
Human faces have what is known as bilateral symmetry, which means that they have two similar sides, the left and the right. So yes, they are symmetrical.
it is not symmetrical. welcome!
The word 'symmetrical' is the adjective form of the noun symmetry.
Bilateral (meaning that it is symmetrical only is divided alone onle specific line. Radial symmetry means that the object can be symmetrical when divided along more that one different line.)
write 3 letters that are symmetrical and show the lines of symmetry
Jelly fish are radial symmetrical
No. Symmetry is a noun. The adjective symmetrical has the adverb form "symmetrically."
A parallelogram has rotational symmetry of order 2 but there are no lines of symmetry.
Depends on the pretzel non-symmetrical ones:no the symmetrical ones: yes
Brain corals are radially symmetrical organisms.
It has rotational symmetry.
Yes C has symmetry
this shape has at least one line of symmetry The answer is:- Symmetrical.