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Some shapes do not have any lines of symmetry. These shapes are called asymmetrical. It doesn't matter how you fold an asymmetrical shape--the two halves just won't match!

Q: What is an asymmetrical shape?

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symmetrical is where if you split it in half it would look the same on both sides but flipped over and asymmetrical is where each side is different thank you. you really helped me.

It's asymmetrical.

unsymmetrical asymmetrical

the shape of an acute is V shape.

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"Asymmetrical" is a description of the shape of the perimeter (outline) of the sail. It just means that it is not symmetrical.

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A sponge has an asymmetrical symmetry. So they don't have a definite shape.

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Asymmetrical. The answer is NOT irregular. An irregular shape, such as an isosceles triangle does have an axis of symmetry.

The sponge is considered to be asymmetrical because it is not a perfect shape, and it is generally an off shape.

symmetrical is where if you split it in half it would look the same on both sides but flipped over and asymmetrical is where each side is different thank you. you really helped me.

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characterized by asymmetry in the spatial arrangement or placement of parts or componentsirregular in shape or outline; "asymmetrical features"; "a dress with a crooked hemline"An unbalanced proportion in the design.

It has asymmetrical symmetry(no symmetry) at all. It has a random or awkward shape.