Q: What kind of figure has more lines of symmetry than any polygon?

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it depends on what kind of shape it is. an equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry, yet a sqaure has 4. (both shapes i mentioned are regular polygons)

16 * * * * * Not sure what a rectangular octagon is but no kind of octagon has more than 8 lines of symmetry.

A polygon is a 2-dimensional closed figure that has at least three sides. A pentagon is a 2-dimensional closed figure that has five and only five sides, so it is a kind of polygon.

The letter "D" has only one line of symmetry, going horizontal across the letter.

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it depends on what kind of shape it is. an equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry, yet a sqaure has 4. (both shapes i mentioned are regular polygons)

It is not a polygon, because a polygon is a closed figure.

you mean like this kind of design 101

An EQUILATERAL Triangle. Two lines of symmetry is ISOSCELES Triangle No lines of symmetyry is SCALENE Triangle.

16 * * * * * Not sure what a rectangular octagon is but no kind of octagon has more than 8 lines of symmetry.

It is an equilateral triangle that has 3 lines of symmetry

A polygon is a 2-dimensional closed figure that has at least three sides. A pentagon is a 2-dimensional closed figure that has five and only five sides, so it is a kind of polygon.

The letter "D" has only one line of symmetry, going horizontal across the letter.

rectangle

It depends on what kind of triangle. A scalene triangle (no equal sides or angles) would not have any lines of symmetry. An isosceles triangle would have 1 line of symmetry, and an equilateral triangle would have 3 lines of symmetry.

A square has both parallel and perpendicular symmetry. It is composed of two sets of parallel lines that meet at perpendicular angles.

A quadrilateral is a4-sided figure with no congruent sides.