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Q: What type of figure has two lines of symmetry?

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An ellipse.

Yes. A circle has infinitely many lines of symmetry and it also has rotational symmetry of infinite order.

It depends on the irregular figure. A rectangle, for example, has two.

Depends on what type of shape it is. If its a diamond shaped kite then it does have 2 lines or symmetry

Square

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A rectangle is one of them

An ellipse.

Yes. A circle has infinitely many lines of symmetry and it also has rotational symmetry of infinite order.

Equilateral Triangles (3 lines of symmetry)Rectangles (at least 2 lines of symmetry)Squares (4 lines of symmetry)Rhombuses (at least 2 lines of symmetry)Any regular polygon (at least 5 lines of symmetry)

No.

It depends on the irregular figure. A rectangle, for example, has two.

with corners: rectangles and rhombiwithout corners: ovals (ellipse)The diagonals are the two lines of symmetry of any rhombus that is not a square.

Yes. An ellipse (oval) has two lines of symmetry, but not a rotational symmetry. A parabola has one line and no rotation.

Depends on what type of shape it is. If its a diamond shaped kite then it does have 2 lines or symmetry

Square

A rectangle and a square, which is also a rectangle.

There are no lines of symmetry.

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