Q: What has an infinite number of lines of symmetry?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

A circle

There are an infinite number of lines of symmetry in a circle, as any diameter will be a line of symmetry and there are an infinite number of angle measure for that line to pass through.

Three dimensional shapes, generally, don't have lines of symmetry, but a circle has an infinite number is symmetry lines. 3D shapes also don't have rotational symmetry either, but a circle has an infinite number of that as well.

There are infinite lines of symmetry, as in the case of a circle, the diagonal is the line of symmetry. The diagonal can start at an infinite number of places, and thus there are endless possible lines of symmetry.

An infinite number. (Infinity itself is not a number.)

Related questions

A cylinder has an infinite number of lines of symmetry (because a circle has an infinite number of lines of symmetry).

A sphere has an infinite number of lines of symmetry

A circle has an infinite number of lines of symmetry. Any chord of the circle that passes through its center will be line of symmetry. Since there is an infinite number of chords, there is an infinite number of lines of symmetry.

A circle has an infinite number of lines of symmetry

There's an infinite number of lines of symmetry in a circle.

A ball (sphere) has an infinite number lines of symmetry.

A circle

There are an infinite number of lines of symmetry in a circle, as any diameter will be a line of symmetry and there are an infinite number of angle measure for that line to pass through.

A Circle has an infinite number of lines of symmetry.

A zero technically has an infinite amount of lines of symmetry.

circle

Three dimensional shapes, generally, don't have lines of symmetry, but a circle has an infinite number is symmetry lines. 3D shapes also don't have rotational symmetry either, but a circle has an infinite number of that as well.