Q: What type of symmetry does a trapezoid have?

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A trapezoid has no rotational symmetry.

There are none but if it is an isosceles trapezoid it will have 1 line of symmetry

None unless it is an isosceles trapezoid then it will have 1 line of symmetry

An isosceles trapezoid can be.

A trapezoid has no lines of symmetry unless it is in the form of an isosceles trapezoid which has one line of symmetry

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No. A trapezoid does not necessarily have any symmetry.

A trapezium (or trapezoid) need to have any symmetry.

A trapezoid has no rotational symmetry.

A trapezoid has one line of symmetry.

A ISOSCELES TRAPEZOID HAS ONE LINE OF SYMMETRY.....

Only if it is in the form of an isosceles trapezoid

There are none but if it is an isosceles trapezoid it will have 1 line of symmetry

None unless it is an isosceles trapezoid then it will have 1 line of symmetry

An isosceles trapezoid can be.

A trapezoid has no lines of symmetry unless it is in the form of an isosceles trapezoid which has one line of symmetry

Yes, a trapezoid may have two lines of symmetry, but the trapezoid must also be a rectangle.If the trapezoid is not also a rectangle, the the most symmetry lines it can have possible is 1 (this can only occur it's an isosceles trapezoid.)

Not normally but an isosceles trapezoid does.