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Q: Does a rectangle have 3 lines of symmetry?

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Technically, a square is a rectangle with four lines of symmetry. A non-square rectangle has exactly two lines of symmetry: the vertical and the horizontal.

All squares are rectangle, but not all rectangles are square. The expected answer is "a square" ... A square has 4 lines of symmetry. A rectangle that is not a square has 2 lines of symmetry. However, the question is ambiguous. Since a square is a rectangle you can say that some rectangles have 4 lines of symmetry. A better question is, "Which has more lines of symmetry; a square, or a rectangle that is not a square?"

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A square has 4 lines of symmetry whereas a rectangle has only 2 lines of symmetry.

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