Q: Does a rhombus have any lines of symmetry?

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An isosceles triangle has 1 lines of symmetry whereas a rhombus has 2; thus the rhombus has more lines of symmetry.

Yes, there are two. They run between the opposite angles of the rhombus.

A rhombus has 2 lines of symmetry exact. :) thank you! p.s. im an expert

There are no lines of symmetry; However, the lines opposite are parallel to each other

rhombus=4 square=4

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Yes a rhombus has 2 lines of symmetry. These lines of symmetry join its opposite corners.

An isosceles triangle has 1 lines of symmetry whereas a rhombus has 2; thus the rhombus has more lines of symmetry.

A rectangle (that is not also a square) or a rhombus (that is not also a square). Squares have 4 symmetry lines.

a rhombus and a square. a square can be a parallelogram but a parallelogram cannot be a square. a rhombus cannot be a square but a square can be a rhombus. * * * * * A rhombus does not have any lines of symmetry, only a square has two.

Yes, there are two. They run between the opposite angles of the rhombus.

A rhombus has two lines of symmetry. They are also called its diagonals. Suppose there is a rhombus ABCD AC and BD are its lines of symmetry.

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A rhombus has 2 lines of symmetry exact. :) thank you! p.s. im an expert

Two (the diagonals, from corner to opposite corner)

A rhombus

2 lines Of symetery

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