Q: What pentagon has only 2 lines of symmetry?

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The Pentagon has 5 lines of symmetry quite simply, actually. See, say you made one line straight through the pentagon at every vertex, right? Well, once you do that, you have 3 lines of symmetry in total, right? Now, say you make another 2 lines of symmetry, this time right through the center of each side. In total, this would make 5.

i think the shape is a 2-D closed figurethen it can be a pentagon

2 lines of symmetry

A pentagon can be symmetric, yes. It is symmetric around any of its lines of symmetry. Yes, divide it starting from the top down 2 the bottom. Pretty simple.

A nephroid has 2 lines of symmetry.

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No you cannot.

The Pentagon has 5 lines of symmetry quite simply, actually. See, say you made one line straight through the pentagon at every vertex, right? Well, once you do that, you have 3 lines of symmetry in total, right? Now, say you make another 2 lines of symmetry, this time right through the center of each side. In total, this would make 5.

i think the shape is a 2-D closed figurethen it can be a pentagon

First of all, your grammar is terrible. The question should be "Does a triangle have 2 lines of symmetry and 2 lines of rotational symmetry? and the answer is no. A triangle can not have 2 lines of rotational symmetry, because you only rotate the image, you do not use any lines.

1) A regular pentagon has 5 sides 2) A regular pentagon has sides that are all the same lenghth 3) A regular pentagon has 5 lines of symmetry 4) A regular pentagon has all obtuse angles

The number 8 has only 2 lines of symmetry; Vertical and Horizontal.

2 lines of symmetry

A pentagon can be symmetric, yes. It is symmetric around any of its lines of symmetry. Yes, divide it starting from the top down 2 the bottom. Pretty simple.

Squares, which are parallelograms, have four lines of symmetry. Rectangles have only two. Rhombi have two lines of symmetry. Generic parallelograms don't have any lines of symmetry.None normally unless it is in the shape of a rectangle in which case it will have 2 lines of symmetry

No it has only 2

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A triangle with two lines of symmetry does not exist. It can have one line of symmetry (an isosceles triangle) or three (an equilateral triangle), but not two.