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Q: Are diagonals lines of symmetry in a rectangle and parallelogram?

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No but a rectangle does have 2 lines of symmetry

A rectangle

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

A parallelogram, other than a rhombus or rectangle.

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No but a rectangle does have 2 lines of symmetry

A rectangle

If it is a square or a rectangle, then yes, it will have lines of symmetry. But if you're thinking of your typical parallelogram that does not have another name, then no, it does not have lines of symmetry. Basically, no.

A parallelogram has no lines of symmetry unless it is a square, a rectangle or a rhombus.

Only two - parallel to and halfway between the sides. The diagonals are not lines of 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

A parallelogram, other than a rhombus or rectangle.

Normally none unless it in the shape of a rectangle which has 2 lines of symmetry

square-rectangle-rhombus-parallelogram

By cutting through its lines of symmetry or its diagonals

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

None, unless the parallelogram happens to be a rectangle.

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