Q: Does a star have a line symmetry?

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It can have as many lines of symmetry as it has points.

A star has bilateral symmetry, meaning that if you draw a line right down the middle of it, the two halves are mirror images of each other.

A symmetrical shape is said to have line symmetry. A shape that has line symmetry can have one or more lines of symmetry

what makes a line of symmetry is that it has to be shared equel.That is what makes a line of symmetry.

It has line symmetry (straight down the center) but not rotational symmetry.

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It can have as many lines of symmetry as it has points.

It actually has 5.

Yes a star has one line of symmetry

Yes.Yes.Yes.Yes.

Star fish.

5 pointed star? 6 pointed star(star of David)? A star in the sky? You need to provide more information. A 5 pointed star can have 5 lines of symmetry.

A star has bilateral symmetry, meaning that if you draw a line right down the middle of it, the two halves are mirror images of each other.

z does not have a line of symmetry. z does not have a line of symmetry. z does not have a line of symmetry. z does not have a line of symmetry.

No it does not due to the star's. Thank you. -Julie.

Line symmetry = Reflection symmetry. Point symmetry = Rotational symmetry.

A symmetrical shape is said to have line symmetry. A shape that has line symmetry can have one or more lines of symmetry

Line symmetry.