Q: Is it true that a figure with no lines of symmetry have rotational symmetry?

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They both have the same amount of lines of symmetry. * * * * * Not true. A square has four lines of symmetry, a rectangle only two.

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It has reflectional symmetry It has five lines of symmetry It is symmetrical

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no shape does! * * * * * Not true. A parallelogram has rotational symmetry of order 2, but no lines of symmetry.

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No. Objects can have reflective symmetry but no rotational symmetry.

Yes. An object with rotational symmetry is one that looks the same after a certain amount of rotation.

They both have the same amount of lines of symmetry. * * * * * Not true. A square has four lines of symmetry, a rectangle only two.

This is the definition of "rotational symmetry", or if the statement is true for any number of degrees of rotation it is also "circular symmetry.".

No, all regular poygons are symmetrical. Ones with an odd number of sides have rotational symmetry.

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No it is not true but all quadrilaterals have 4 sides. But a square has 4 lines of symmetry and 4 equal sides.

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