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Q: Is it possible to draw a hexagon with no lines of symmetry?

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2 lines

no.

That's impossible because a polygons lines cannot intersect

You can find lines of symmetry without tracing but tracing helps you get a better picture of it.

If you draw a diagonal line from corner to corner of a parallelogram, that is a line of symmetry.

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A regular hexagon with 6 equal sides will have 3 lines of symmetry

Yes

From each vertex to its opposite vertex. These will be centered on a shared point at the center of the hexagon. Each complete line will be a line of symmetry for the hexagon.

No it's not possible. The triangle with the most lines of symmetry is Isosceles triangle and that has 3 lines of symmetry. Unless you draw on the back, but that isn't correct.

You cannot. An equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry, an isosceles has one and a scalene none. So there is no triangle with two lines of symmetry. Of course, you could draw only two of the three possible lines of symmetry for an equilateral triangle.

well i want to know if you can draw a pentagon with no lines of symmetry?????????

you make six lines

It depends what type of triange it is. If it is an equilateral triangle, you can draw 3 lines of symmetry If it is an isosceles triangle, you can draw 1 line of symmetry If it is a scalene triangle, you cannot draw any lines of symmetry

2 lines

you just draw lines

no

Draw the shape kite and then do symmetry lines across it.

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