Q: What is a fold or line in the skin called?

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When you fold a paper in half, the line that runs down the center is called the crease.

Yes, it does.

there is many ways such as using a mirror or just by looking its not hard. A triangle has 1 line of symmetry right down the biddle because when you fold it over the sides match up, its like folding paper because you can fold it portrait or landscape but you cant fold it diagonal (corner to corner)

A line has two fold rotational symetry.

You can flip the traced version along various lines. If the flipped shape matches the original then the that is a line of symmetry. Alternatively, if you can find a fold such that the two halves of the tracing match then the fold line is a line of symmetry.

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The circular fold of skin at the entrance to the vagina is called the hymen.

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When you fold a paper in half, the line that runs down the center is called the crease.

eponychium or cuticle, is the fold of skin at the proximal end of the nail.

Is this a quiz? If so I think the answer is line of symmetry?

you fold it where the dotted line is

The medical term for the vertical fold of skin on either side of the nose is "nasolabial fold."

The foreskin is a retractable fold of skin that covers the head of the penis. It is typically removed in a procedure called circumcision.

The "epicanthic fold" -- also called epicanthus -- is a fold of skin on the upper eyelid that partially covers the inner corner of the eye. Some people with Down syndrome manifest such a fold.

Symetrical line

Scales. Skin can only do 3 things: fold out into feathers fold inward to form hair get thicker to form scales