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Q: Which figure is symmetric

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A symmetric figure is a figure that is symmetrical. This means that if you fold it in half that both sides will line up. I hope this helped you! :)

Yo, anything that's sides are the same as the other, yo got a symmetric figure. example: a circle

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No, a figure can be asymmetrical.

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look at how many sides there are...

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It can be but it doesn't have to be. Some triangles are symmetrical and others aren't.

The shape descibed is not a symmetric figure. If it is folded on the diagonal line described, then the corners would stick off the sides. If the question is implying that they want to fold it in a differant way, then it would not be symmetrical because of the line. The line would not be in the place on both sides.

symmetric about the y-axis symmetric about the x-axis symmetric about the line y=x symmetric about the line y+x=0

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