Q: Can 2 traingles that are not symmetrical form a shape with 3 lines of symetry?

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rectangle don't question it!

Square, Rectangle.

For the classical kite shape, only one. From top centre to bottom centre.

some shapes have many lines of symettry while others have none.

yes it is a symmetrical shape

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An equilateral triangle

rectangle don't question it!

A pentagon has 5 lines of symmetry and no right angle.

Vertices.

Square, Rectangle.

For the classical kite shape, only one. From top centre to bottom centre.

A circle, since it has an infinite number of lines of symmetry

some shapes have many lines of symettry while others have none.

yes it is a symmetrical shape

Symmetrical lines are when both sides of the shape or thing are exactly identical or they look just like eachother.

A symmetrical shape is a mirror image of a shape when a line is drawn through it and some shapes have many lines of symmetry or none at all.

Do you mean " What are two good definitions for symmetry?". If so I suggest you try an online dictionary. Suitable ones can be found all over the internet. Try the following link - http://tinyurl.com/amggc8