Yes the letter H does have two lines of symmetry. First you can bisect the letter "H" with a vertical line placed though the centre of the H. It can be cut laterally and Bilaterally. Secondly, you can cut an H evenly by drawing a horizontal line though the points of parallelism on each perpendicular transversal.
An equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry which perpendicularly bisects each of its vertices
An equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides and with 3 lines of symmetry because each of its vertices is centrally perpendicular to its opposite sides
10 One through each pair of vertices, and one through each pair of midpoints - of opposite sides.
There are three lines, three angles, and three sides or a triangle. Each angle of the equilateral triangle is exactly 60 degrees, because each angle is equal.
There are no lines of symmetry; However, the lines opposite are parallel to each other
It has 4 lines of symmetry on each face which makes 24 of them altogether
It has two lines of symmetry, one each perpendicular to each other passing thru the center of the rectangle
4 sides, each of which is a isosceles triangle with 3 lines of symmetry, gives 12.
Assuming that you are talking about an equilateral triangle, it has three lines of symmetry. They bisect each angle.
The Union Flag does not contain any lines of symmetry, as the diagonal lines in each canton of the flag are slightly offset from each other on reflection.
It has 3 lines of symmetry which are the perpendiculars taken from each vertex to the opposite base
No triangle has two lines of symmetry. A right triangle and an Isoscoles triange each have one line of symmetry, and an equilateral triangle has three.
Of the capital letters M, O, E, and X, -- M and E each have one line of symmetry, -- X has two lines of symmetry, or four if the cross lines were printed perpendicular, as they are in some fonts, -- O has an infinite number of lines of symmetry. My answer is justified by my firm conviction that it's correct.
A rhombus has two lines of symmetry, joining its opposite corners.Two, one through each of it's diagonals
It depends on the nature of the irregularities. If you have an octagon where each alternate side is equal then you can have 8 lines of symmetry.
A regular pentagon has 5 lines of symmetry, running from each vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side. These lines are not to be confused with the five lines it takes to draw a pentagon. Every regular polygon has as many lines of symmetry as there are lines in the polygon.An irregular pentagon may have none or 1 line of symmetry.