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Q: What shape has more than 1 line of symetry?

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yes it has millions it can have a line of symetry from any angle

A straight line

It indicates a line such that a shape can be reflected over than line such that the image is similar to the original.

It depends on the dimensions of the triangle, some have 0, but no triangle will ever have more than 3 lines of symmetry.

The angles inside any shape with more than 7 sides always add up to more than 1,000 degrees.

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yes it has millions it can have a line of symetry from any angle

Any regular polygon has more than one line of symetry. Also the circle has an infinite amount of symetric lines.

It's best to look at the number of vertices, and to see whether the side lengths are equal. This should help give an indication to the number of lines of symmetry.

No

A straight line

yes

It is a regular pentagon!

Any polygon, other than a triangle, can have a pair (or more) of parallel lines.

Many shapes have more than one line of symmetry. These include a rectangle, equilateral triangle, and a square. While a rectangle has two lines of symmetry, an equilateral triangle has three.

It indicates a line such that a shape can be reflected over than line such that the image is similar to the original.

It depends on the dimensions of the triangle, some have 0, but no triangle will ever have more than 3 lines of symmetry.

a shape

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