Q: Which geometrical shape has lines of symmetry that bisect each other?

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Perpendicular lines intersect."lines" are infinitely long, if you want to say that anypoint on an infinitely long line bisects that line (which IS the case in several geometrical theories but not all!) then:YES, perpendicular lines bisect each other.otherwise:NO, you cannot bisect something that is infinitly long.

Yes, by symmetry

There are no lines of symmetry; However, the lines opposite are parallel to each other

a geometrical or other regularity that is possessed by a mathematical object and is characterized by the operations that leaves the object in variant:

A parallelogram, other than a rhombus or rectangle.

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Perpendicular lines intersect."lines" are infinitely long, if you want to say that anypoint on an infinitely long line bisects that line (which IS the case in several geometrical theories but not all!) then:YES, perpendicular lines bisect each other.otherwise:NO, you cannot bisect something that is infinitly long.

Yes, by symmetry

There is only one line of symmetry in an isosceles triangle. If you draw this triangle with the "odd" side as the base and then bisect it with a vertical line, you will have that one line of symmetry. The triangle can be folded in half along this line because each side is a mirror of the other.

There are no lines of symmetry; However, the lines opposite are parallel to each other

8 has lines of symmetry.

An equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry whereas an isosceles triangle only has 1 line of symmetry and other triangles have no lines of symmetry.

That depends on what type of triangle it is because an equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry whereas an isosceles triangle has only 1 line of symmetry and any other triangles have no lines of symmetry.

no they do not they have to be equal so that proves there is NO lines of symmetry * * * * * It depends on the triangle. Equilateral triangles have 3 lines of symmetry, Isosceles triangles have 1 and all other triangles have none.

a geometrical or other regularity that is possessed by a mathematical object and is characterized by the operations that leaves the object in variant:

Other than dowsing, how does a person determine where their hartman and curry lines bisect their property?

It would depend on the number of petals. For instance if a flower had five petals, it would have five lines of symmetry. You could divide it five ways (with lines) and each time you divide it each half is even with the other.

A parallelogram, other than a rhombus or rectangle.