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Q: When a line of symmetry divides an image every point on one side of the line has corresponding?

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Yes a line of symmetry creates a 'mirror image' of each side.

A line of symmetry divides some images into mirror image halves.

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A line which divides a body into two parts, such that each part is the mirror image of the others, then the line is called a line of symmetry. If such a line is parallel to the horizontal plane, then it is called a horizontal line of symmetry. Else, if the line of symmetry is perpendicular to the horizontal plane then it is a vertical line of symmetry.

It can be thought of rotational symmetry along the axis

The property is Reflection Symmetry, Line Symmetry or Mirror Symmetry

Reflection symmetry, reflectional symmetry, line symmetry, mirror symmetry, mirror-image symmetry, or bilateral symmetry is symmetry with respect to reflection

Symmetry

It has 1 line of symmetry or 'mirror image'

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radial symmetry which means that all the parts of the body are arranged around a central axis in such a way that any plane passing through the central axis divides the animal in halves that are almost mirror image of each other

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An image has Reflectional Symmetry if there is at least one line which splits the image in half so that one side is the mirror image of the other. Reflectional symmetry is also called line symmetry or mirror symmetry because there is a line in the figure where a mirror could be placed, and the figure would look the same.

No numerical 7 has no lines of symmetry or 'mirror image'

When it has a line of symmetry or 'mirror image' as for example in the capital letter A