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Q: How many lines of symmetry does the figure below appear to have Of a heart?

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one line of symmetry means that a figure is identical in shape and detail as the other side when you split it in halve. Like a heart. If you cut it in halve, it should be identical on the other side as long as it is a blank heart.

There are infinitely many such. A valentine heart would be one well-known. example.

a heart have no rotational symmetry!

A line of symmetry divides a figure into two halves that are the mirror images of each other.Fold a square sheet of paper exactly in half. When you unfold the paper you will see the crease down the center. That is an example of a line of symmetry. Both sides of an object must be equal to be symmetrical. Let's do a construction taking off on this idea. You've probably already done it at one time or another.Fold that piece of paper, and take a pair of scissors and cut half a heart out of it using the crease as a line going down the "middle" of the heart. Unfold the finished construction. You'll have a heart and that fold you made in the paper is the line of symmetry for the figure. The line of symmetry divides any shape into mirror images.

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A heart. Triangles can have more than one depending on the type.

No a heart does not have rotation symmetry.

one line of symmetry means that a figure is identical in shape and detail as the other side when you split it in halve. Like a heart. If you cut it in halve, it should be identical on the other side as long as it is a blank heart.

There are infinitely many such. A valentine heart would be one well-known. example.

1 symmetry line

Yes, it has a vertical symmetry line.

1 line of symmetry

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i think u mean: how many lines of symmetry DOES a heart HAVE and its has 1

a heart have no rotational symmetry!

The heart does have both symmetries. it can be split through the middle and rotated 4 times to make rotational symmetry

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