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It depends on the parallelogram. There are usually no normal lines of symmetry, the rectangle and the square have 4.

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Q: Do parallelograms have symmetry
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How many lines of symmetry does a parallogram have?

Most parallelograms do not have any lines of symmetry. The only parallelograms that can have lines of symmetry are squares, rectangles, and rhombuses.

Do rectangles and parellelograms have rotation symmetry?

Yes rectangles and parallelograms have rotation symmetry. rectangles and parallelograms have a rotational symmetry of 2. I hope this information helps you.

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Do parallelograms has a line of symmetry?

No ! a parallelogram doesn't have any line of symmetry !

Do parallelograms have lines of symmetry?

Some do, but not all. It's not a general thing that you can say about all parallelograms.

Is the parallelograms the reflection symmetry?

A parallelogram normally has no lines of symmetry unless it is in the shape of a rectangle which will then give it 2 lines of symmetry

How many lines of symmetry does a parallelogram have?

Squares, which are parallelograms, have four lines of symmetry. Rectangles have only two. Rhombi have two lines of symmetry. Generic parallelograms don't have any lines of symmetry.None normally unless it is in the shape of a rectangle in which case it will have 2 lines of symmetry

Shape with no symmetry?

Some shapes that fit that condition are parallelograms, scalene triangles, and trapezoids.

What guadrilateral shape has no lines of symmetry?

A trapezoid is a 4 sided quadrilateral with no lines of symmetry unless it's an isosceles trapezoid Also parallelograms have no lines of symmetry unless it is a rectangle

Does a quadrilateral have at least one axis of symmetry?

Not necessarily, in fact, only parallelograms have them, irregular quadrilaterals do not.

What quadrilaterals have rotational symmetry of order greater than one?

Parallelograms - including special cases.

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