none shapes have 1 rotational symmetry because in rotational symmetry one is none
A Parallelogram, a Diamond and a rhombus all have rotational symetry of two. Others Kite 1 Trapezium 1 Square 4
It is a regular pentagon!
A crescent moon has 1 line of symmetry
For a quadratic equation y=Ax2+Bx+C, the line of symmetry is given by x=-B/2ASo for the equation y=-x2+x+3, B is 1 and A is -1, so the line of symmetry isx=1/2
In the form y = ax² + bx + c the axis of symmetry is given by the line x = -b/2a The axis of symmetry runs through the vertex, and the vertex is given by (-b/2a, -b²/4a + c). For y = 2x² + 4x - 10: → axis of symmetry is x = -4/(2×2) = -4/4 = -1 → vertex = (-1, -4²/(4×2) - 10) = (-1, -16/8 - 10) = (-1, -12)
Nothing has 1 order of rotational symmetry because in rotational symmetry 1 is none.
These are also known as asymmetric shapes.
Yes but it's not normally included
Rotational symmetry of order 1.
It has 1 order of rotational symmetry.
Not necessarily, except rotational symmetry of order 1.
yes, it has a rotational symmetry of 180 degrees, and of course 360. like if you flipped it upside down, then put it on top of the other one it would look the same. just not a lowercase.
it has 1 order
If the leaf stem is present, it has symmetry of order 1. Otherwise, it can have rotational symmetry of order 3.
i am not sure but i think a trapezium has 1 order of rotational symmetry