Q: Why diagonals are not lines of symmetry in rectangles?

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

No.

No but a rectangle does have 2 lines of symmetry

A rectangle

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

Rectangles and Rhombuses (have at least 2 lines of symmetry).

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

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Ellipses and non-square rectangles have two lines of symmetry.

Most parallelograms do not have any lines of symmetry. The only parallelograms that can have lines of symmetry are squares, rectangles, and rhombuses.

No but a rectangle does have 2 lines of symmetry

A rectangle

two diagonals and with symetric center of two diagonals

squares and rectangles

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