Q: What shape has line symmetry?

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A symmetrical shape is said to have line symmetry. A shape that has line symmetry can have one or more lines of symmetry

Yes. Any equilateral shape can have both rotational and line symmetry.

A triangle has symmetry.

A semicircle.

Symmetry is dividing a shape or figure in a certain way so that both sides are the same. Usually the line of symmetry, the line separating the shape, is a straight line.

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A symmetrical shape is said to have line symmetry. A shape that has line symmetry can have one or more lines of symmetry

a shape with a line of symmetry

Yes. Any equilateral shape can have both rotational and line symmetry.

A triangle has symmetry.

The line of symmetry in a shape is found be looking at the sides of the shape. If you see that two sides look the same, try to draw a straight line through them. The line of symmetry acts like the dotted line in which you fold you paper. If you can fold the shape across the line of symmetry, and the shape is exactly the same on both sides then you have found A line of symmetry.

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A semicircle.

The 2D shape which has one line of symmetry is the trapezium.

Symmetry is dividing a shape or figure in a certain way so that both sides are the same. Usually the line of symmetry, the line separating the shape, is a straight line.

An isosceles triangle has one line of symmetry

An isosceles triangle has one line of symmetry

A line of symmetry in a shape is an imaginary line that divides the shape into two equal halves that are mirror images of each other. When a shape is folded along its line of symmetry, both sides match perfectly.