Q: What has many lines of symmetry that pass through a central point?

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rectangle

the British flag has no lines of symmetry it only has a point of symmetry (in the middle of the flag)

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.

Assuming it is regular, there should be 6 lines of symmetry, three running from a tip to the tip opposite it, and three through the points that the tips meet.

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Rotational symmetry.

Radial

No, radial symmetry cannot be cut in half because it is a pattern where multiple lines of symmetry can be drawn through a central point, resulting in equal parts around that point. Cutting it in half would disrupt its symmetry.

If you mean which triangle has at least two lines of symmetry, I can answer your question: an equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry-- one passing through the center of each side and through the opposite point, perpendicular to the side.

it has five lines of symmetry

A circle has an unlimited amount of symmetry lines, as long as the line passes through the middle point of the circle.

rectangle

A 5 point star has 5 lines of symmetry.

Infinite lines because a circle has infinite lines of symmetry.

the British flag has no lines of symmetry it only has a point of symmetry (in the middle of the flag)

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.

it has four lines of symmetry