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Q: An object with reflectional symmetry can be created by reflecting it about an axis called the?

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Line of symmetry

A line of symmetry or its diagonal

Asymmetry

A line which divides a body into two parts, such that each part is the mirror image of the others, then the line is called a line of symmetry. If such a line is parallel to the horizontal plane, then it is called a horizontal line of symmetry. Else, if the line of symmetry is perpendicular to the horizontal plane then it is a vertical line of symmetry.

It can be called as symmetry if that's what you mean

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Line of symmetry

An image has Reflectional Symmetry if there is at least one line which splits the image in half so that one side is the mirror image of the other. Reflectional symmetry is also called line symmetry or mirror symmetry because there is a line in the figure where a mirror could be placed, and the figure would look the same.

Axially symmetric object.

When it has no symmetry the object is called asymmetrical.

radial symmetry

Axis of symmetry.

Something with symmetry is said to be symmetrical

when you have only one line of symmetry its called half symmetry because there isn't anymore lines.....

its called a line of symmetry,or just plain symmetry.

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bilateral symmetry; thats why theyre called bivalves

One end of a reflecting telescope is the big hole pointed at the star. The other end of the reflecting telescope has a lens called an eyepiece.

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