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Updated: 12/9/2022

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Symmetry can exist naturally, or it can me made artificially, but no person invented the concept of symmetry.

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### What is a sentence with the word symmetry?

"Lines of symmetry are a difficult concept for some geometry students." "There was a certain symmetry to his view of good and evil." "The symmetry in the car's design made it very striking in appearance, but it made it hard to tell the front from the rear."

### What is an instrument with one line of symmetry?

a circle is made with one line of symmetry drum tambourine

### What is the last sound made in the last syllable of symmetry?

The last sound in the last syllable of symmetry is &quot;ree.&quot;

### What prediction can be made about the number lines of symmetry in a polygon that has 6 sides of the same length?

It will have six lines of symmetry.

### Is symmetry a man made creteria or it exists naturally?

Symmetry exists naturally. Look at an animal, a leaf, or a flower and you will see symmetry (one side looks like the mirror of the other).

### What is lined symmetry?

no one knows. its made up.

### What are some objects things that have symmetry?

Some objects that have symmetry include butterflies, snowflakes, flowers, and geometric shapes like squares and circles. Symmetry can be seen in both natural and man-made objects.

### How do you determine lines of symmetry?

Easiest way is to make a cut out of the image and determine if it folds in half. The crease made by folding in half is the line of symmetry.

### What is a sentence with symmetry in it?

It in symmetry with sentence a is what? What is a sentence with symmetry in it? This sentence with symmetry is symmetry with sentence this.

### What is reflectional summetry?

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

### What is line and point symmetry?

Line symmetry = Reflection symmetry. Point symmetry = Rotational symmetry.