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Q: What is a symmetrical polygon?

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Different polygons have differentiating amounts of symmetrical lines.

A shape with four non-parallel sides is an irregular quadrilateral. If the quadrilateral is bilaterally symmetrical, it is a deltoid (kite shape).

All the sides of a triangle is symmetrical.

An uppercase "Y" as I have just typed would be symmetrical. A lowercase might not, and cursive "y"s may not be symmetrical, either.

It can have multiple peaks, but most symmetrical distributions do not.

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No. A polygon can be symmetric but need not be. In fact, the majority of polygons are not symmetrical.

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Different polygons have differentiating amounts of symmetrical lines.

A shape with four non-parallel sides is an irregular quadrilateral. If the quadrilateral is bilaterally symmetrical, it is a deltoid (kite shape).

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Circle, ellipse, rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezoid, isosceles triangle, equilateral triangle, any regular polygon.

Yes, it is symmetrical

No but an isosceles trapezoid is symmetrical.

Yes, a molecule of H2O is symmetrical.

Pentagons can be symmetrical, but are not always so.

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