Q: What are three numerals that have one or more lines of symmetry?

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How about 3,0,8....

Regular polygons.

A right triangle doesn't necessarily have any lines of symmetry. But if it has, it can't have more than one.

a square has more then three lines of symmetry, but I don't think a parrellelogram with only two parallel sides can

Depending on the triangle, there can be 0, 1, or three lines of symmetry. A scalene triangle (all sides of different lengths) will have no lines of symmetry, an isosceles triangle (exactly two sides of the same length) will have one line of symmetry, and an equilateral triangle (all three sides of the same length) will have three lines of symmetry.

a square can have 4 lines of symmetry or more

A regular hexagon has more than 4 lines of symmetry. Even number sided polygons that are regular and have more than 4 sides have more than 4 lines of symmetry. Circles have more than four lines of symmetry. Squares also have 4 lines of symmetry.

An isosceles triangle has 1 lines of symmetry whereas a rhombus has 2; thus the rhombus has more lines of symmetry.

No such thing as a regular triangle. You need to be more accurate in your triangular description. Equilateral triangle is symmetric about three lines of symmetry. Isosceles triangle is symmetric one line of symmetry. Right-angled, and Scalene triangles have no lines of symmetry.

They both have the same amount of lines of symmetry. * * * * * Not true. A square has four lines of symmetry, a rectangle only two.

Yes. A circle has infinitely many lines of symmetry and it also has rotational symmetry of infinite order.

A circle or sphere has an infinite number of lines of symmetry.