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For a 2-dimensional object, a line of symmetry is a line such that, if you were to fold the object along that line, the two sides would match up exactly.

For a 3-dimensional object, a line (axis) of symmetry is a line such that, if you were to rotate the object around it, its shape would remain the same.

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2 lines of symmetry

A nephroid has 2 lines of symmetry.

A parallelagram can be a square, which has four lines of symmetry or a rectangle which has two lines of symmetry but the generic parallelagram has zero lines of symmetry

A decagon need not have any lines of symmetry. It can also have 1 or 10 lines of symmetry.

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2 lines of symmetry

it has five lines of symmetry

A nephroid has 2 lines of symmetry.

Equilateral Triangles (3 lines of symmetry)Rectangles (at least 2 lines of symmetry)Squares (4 lines of symmetry)Rhombuses (at least 2 lines of symmetry)Any regular polygon (at least 5 lines of symmetry)

it has no lines of symmetry

A parallelagram can be a square, which has four lines of symmetry or a rectangle which has two lines of symmetry but the generic parallelagram has zero lines of symmetry

There is no such thing as 8 lines of symmetry. A circle, for example, has infinitely many lines of symmetry.

A decagon need not have any lines of symmetry. It can also have 1 or 10 lines of symmetry.

5 lines

Lines of symmetry are 2 dimensional. Planes of symmetry are 3D.

10 lines of symmetry

4 Lines of symmetry