Q: What shape has exactly four lines of symmetry?

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A line of symmetry can be thought of as the line where you could cut a shape (or a line or any object) and it would look the exact same on both sides. An example of a shape with exactly two lines of symmetry would be a rectangle. A square also has at least two lines of symmetry, but it actually has four total.

Yes, unless its a square, then there are four lines of symmetry.

a square

rectangle....

a scalene pyramid.

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A square has exactly four lines of symmetry.

A square has exactly four lines of symmetry.

A line of symmetry can be thought of as the line where you could cut a shape (or a line or any object) and it would look the exact same on both sides. An example of a shape with exactly two lines of symmetry would be a rectangle. A square also has at least two lines of symmetry, but it actually has four total.

Technically, a square is a rectangle with four lines of symmetry. A non-square rectangle has exactly two lines of symmetry: the vertical and the horizontal.

Yes, unless its a square, then there are four lines of symmetry.

rhombus rhombus

a square

A four-sided quadrilateral having two lines of symmetry is a rectangle

a scalene pyramid.

rectangle....

A rectangle. Obviously the right angles are in the four corners of the rectangle. The lines of symmetry occur across the horizontal and vertical. There are no lines of symmetry on the diagonal.

a square...........regtangle............i hope this helps :)