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Q: How many axes of symmetry does a rectangle have?

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A rectangle has 2 axes of symmetry.

only when the rectangle is a square

It has 5 axes of symmetry

An isosceles triangle definitely has three axes of symmetry

A polygon need not have any axes of symmetry. It can have at most n axes where n is the number of sides that the polygon has.

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A rectangle has 2 axes of symmetry.

2

No but a rectangle does have 2 lines of symmetry

A rectangle has two axes of symmetry and has rotational symmetry of order 2.

Only when the rectangle is a square.

only when the rectangle is a square

All rectangles have 2 axes of symmetry, which are the lines joined by the two pairs of midpoints of opposite sides.

You are a rectangle

False

There are infinitely many axes of symmetry in mathematics.

They both have rotational symmetry - of order 2. But whereas a rectangle has 2 axes of symmetry, a parallelogram has none.

It has 5 axes of symmetry

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