Q: Does a full circle have rotational symmetry?

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A circle has an infinite number of angles of rotational symmetry.

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No.

Because the circle's diameter has infinite lines of symmetry

Yes. A circle has infinitely many lines of symmetry and it also has rotational symmetry of infinite order.

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A circle has an infinite number of angles of rotational symmetry.

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No.

infinite angles of rotational symmetry... (: ~kitty <3 = =

Yes, a circle has infinite rotational symmetry. This means that no matter how much you rotate a circle about its center, it will look the same at every angle.

An octagon has eight-fold rotational symmetry, because rotation of octagon by 45 degrees (one-eighth of a full circle) produces a figure that is superimposible on (or congruent to) the original.

Because the circle's diameter has infinite lines of symmetry

a circle or a sphere

Yes.

A circle and square.