Q: Does dibromomethane have a plane of symmetry?

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No. A square is a plane figure and conventionally for plane figures symmetry is considered in terms of rotation about a point or an axis (in the plane of the figure) but not a plane outside the plane of the square.

paper plane

Lines which lie on the same plane and have the same length are known as symmetry lines

Rotational symmetry refers to symmetry of the figure when it is rotated about a single point in the same plane. Lines of symmetry apply to reflections. You do not have lines of rotational symmetry.

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There are several different types of symmetry. Some of these include reflectional symmetry or rotational symmetry. It depends on how the plane has been tessellated.

If you ignore the print, then it has a plane of symmetry (possibly) but not an axis of symmetry. If you ignore the print and the "pop-top" part, then it has both.

No. A square is a plane figure and conventionally for plane figures symmetry is considered in terms of rotation about a point or an axis (in the plane of the figure) but not a plane outside the plane of the square.

Approximately a vertical plane of symmetry.

Symmetry is a balance or harmonious arrangement of parts on either side of an axis or plane. Plane symmetry refers to symmetry in a two-dimensional plane where an object can be reflected across a line to produce an identical shape. This concept is commonly seen in objects like snowflakes or geometric figures.

paper plane

Any plane that bisects a cone passing through the pointy tip and the diameter of the base i.e. through the axis of the cone, will be a plane of symmetry. Since any plane passing through the cone this way can be rotated by any angular increment and still remain a plane of symmetry, there are an infinite number of planes of symmetry.

3D shapes don't have lines of symmetry they have plane's of symmetry.

Since a hexagon is a horizontal plane figure it cannot have a horizontal plane of symmetry.

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Amphibians have bilateral symmetry. Bilateral symmetry means something has symmetry across one plane (known as the sagittal plane, and directly down the centre of their body), which means one side of their body approximately mirrors the other side.

there are two plane symmetry on triangular prism.