The letters S and N have point symmetry but not line symmetry.
What is the image of point (3, 5) if the rotation is
The image is (-5, 3)
It is a line through the point of symmetry. In general it is not an axis of symmetry.
Yes a line of symmetry creates a 'mirror image' of each side.
When an image, from a point, can be turned around a certain number of degrees and continue to look the same, it can be said the image has rotational symmetry.
Line symmetry = Reflection symmetry. Point symmetry = Rotational symmetry.
It depends on the type of parallelogram:The classic generic-looking parallelogram, having no right angles, and having adjacent sides of unequal length, has no lines of symmetry (only point symmetry about the point of intersection of the diagonals).Special types of parallelograms are as follows:A square has 4 lines of symmetry: horizontal, vertical, and one containing each diagonal.A non-square rhombus has two lines of symmetry: one containing each diagonal.A non-square rectangle has two lines of symmetry: horizontal and vertical.