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Lines of

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Definition of

**Symmetry**of Plane Shapes
4 Lines of

**Symmetry**2 Lines of**Symmetry**No Lines of**Symmetry**Kite Rhombus (all sides equal length)www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/

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**Symmetry**
3 Lines of

**Symmetry**1 Line of**Symmetry**No Lines of**Symmetry**I have collected some more examples at Lines of**Symmetry**of Plane Shapes .**Symmetry**www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/

**symmetry**-reflection.html - 8.4kb**Symmetry**in Equations
How to Check For

**Symmetry**We can often see**Symmetry**visually, but to be really sure we should check a simple fact: Is the equation unchanged when using symmetric values? How we do this depends on the type of**Symmetry**: Forwww.mathsisfun.com/algebra/equation-

**symmetry**.html - 7.9kb**Symmetry**- Reflection and Rotation**Symmetry**[syn- together + metron measure ] Reflection

**Symmetry**The simplest

**Symmetry**is Reflection

**Symmetry**(sometimes called Line

**Symmetry**or Mirror

**Symmetry**). It is easy to see, because one

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**Symmetry**
Rotational

**Symmetry**Rotational**Symmetry**A shape has Rotational**Symmetry**when it still looks the same after a rotation. Rotational**Symmetry**Order 2 Rotational**Symmetry**Order 3www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/

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**Symmetry**of Shapes this is not a Line of

**Symmetry**But when I try it this way, it does work (the folded part sits perfectly on top, all edges matching): So this is a Line of**Symmetry**An Octagon Let us try the Octagon (the 8-sidedwww.mathsisfun.com/activity/shapes-

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**Symmetry**
Point

**Symmetry**It looks the same Upside Down! (... or from any two opposite directions*) Point**Symmetry**Point**Symmetry**is when every part has a matching part: the samewww.mathsisfun.com/geometry/

**symmetry**-point.html - 6.6kbDefinition of

**Symmetry** it.
The simplest type of

**Symmetry**is "Reflection" (or "Mirror")**Symmetry**, as shown in this picture of my dog Flame. There is also Rotational**Symmetry**and Point**Symmetry**.**Symmetry**- Reflection and Rotationwww.mathsisfun.com/definitions/

**symmetry**.html - 5.0kb**Symmetry**Artist**Symmetry**Artist Mathematics and Art come together! You can nudge the most recent addition by using the up down left right keys. Press ctrl to make smaller adjustments. You can also use

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**symmetry**-artist.html - 3.7kb**Symmetry**Artist (Flash)**Symmetry**Artist (Flash) Mathematics and Art come together! New! This is the Flash Version View Larger

**Symmetry**Reflection

**Symmetry**Rotational

**Symmetry**Point

**Symmetry**

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