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Q: How many axes of symmetry in an isoceles triangle?

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0An equilateral triangle has 3An isoceles triangle has 1All other triangles have 0

a rectangle has 2 axes of symmetry

It has 5 axes of symmetry

Well since isosceles can only have two equal angles and two equal sides and a triangle has 3 angles and 3 sides it can really only have 1 line 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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One, except in the special case where the triangle is also equilateral (in which case, three).

It has just one line of symmetry

A triangle, in general has none. An isosceles triangle has 1 axis of symmetry while an equilateral triangle has 3 axes.

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threethere are 3 axes of semmetry in a equilateeral triangle

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That will depend 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 but a scalene triangle has no lines of symmetry.

0An equilateral triangle has 3An isoceles triangle has 1All other triangles have 0

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