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draw a shape that can only be folded in half perfecty twice example: 8

Q: How can you make a figure with 2 lines of symmetry?

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It can certainly have 0, 1, 2 or 6 lines of symmetry.

An octagon is a 2-dimensional figure, not a line of symmetry. However, it has several lines of symmetry.

2 lines of symmetry

It has 2 lines of symmetry

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It can certainly have 0, 1, 2 or 6 lines of symmetry.

that isn't possible

An octagon is a 2-dimensional figure, not a line of symmetry. However, it has several lines of symmetry.

2 lines of symmetry

It has 2 lines of symmetry

If it is irregular most likely not. I know it is possible to have 2 lines of symmetry but I'm not so sure about 3 lines. Maybe you can figure it out by drawing it for yourself.

rectangle

First of all, your grammar is terrible. The question should be "Does a triangle have 2 lines of symmetry and 2 lines of rotational symmetry? and the answer is no. A triangle can not have 2 lines of rotational symmetry, because you only rotate the image, you do not use any lines.

A nephroid has 2 lines of symmetry.

2 lines OF SYMMETRY

2 lines of symmetry