# What figures have both line symmetry and rotational symmetry?

## What figures have both line symmetry and rotational symmetry?

Answer: Two figures that have both line symmetry and rotational symmetry are: Circle and Square.

## Which group of Quadrilaterals all have both line and rotational symmetry?

Answer. TRIANGLE RECTANGLE AND RHOMBUS BOTH HAVE LINE AND ROTATIONAL SYMETRY.

**Which figure has only rotational symmetry?**

Common figures with only rotational symmetry are the recycling sign and fan blades. If a figure coincides with the original twice in one full turn, it has two-fold rotational symmetry, or rotational symmetry order two.

**Which statement is true about letter symmetry only it has rotational symmetry only it has both line and rotational symmetry it has neither line nor rotational symmetry?**

Well, for a shape to have rotational symmetry, that means we could put its center at the center of a bicycle wheel, rotate the wheel some amount LESS than 360, and the shape would appear to be in the same exact position is was in before. Hence, the correct statement is: It has line symmetry only.

### What type of symmetry does a perfect circle have?

rotational symmetry

### Which of the following has exactly one line of symmetry?

An isosceles triangle: In the figure there is one line of symmetry.

**Which triangle has 2 lines of symmetry?**

No triangle has 2 lines of symmetry. Equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry while an isosceles has one. A scalene triangle has none.

**Which letter has 2 lines of symmetry?**

Letter H,I and X has two line of symmetry.

## Which of the following has 2 lines of symmetry?

The rectangle is an example of Two Line of Symmetry. A Rectangle can be divided vertically, horizontal or diagonally to get the two symmetrical parts. A rhombus also has two lines of symmetry. Two Lines of Symmetry can be a combination of Vertical, diagonal or Horizontal Lines.

## Which letters have more than 2 lines of symmetry?

M has one line of symmetry, and H, I, and O have 2 lines of symmetry.

**What is point symmetry example?**

Yes, pick a direction, and anything with Point Symmetry will look the same from the opposite direction, too. Example: When cut at 45° the two halves of this card are exactly the same. In other words the view from 45°, and the opposite direction (which is 225°) are the same.

**Which figure has just one line of symmetry ABCD?**

isosceles triangle

### What has at least one line of symmetry?

rectangle

### How do you explain rotational symmetry?

Rotational symmetry, also known as radial symmetry in biology, is the property a shape has when it looks the same after some rotation by a partial turn. An object’s degree of rotational symmetry is the number of distinct orientations in which it looks exactly the same for each rotation.

**How do you explain symmetry?**

Something is symmetrical when it is the same on both sides. A shape has symmetry if a central dividing line (a mirror line) can be drawn on it, to show that both sides of the shape are exactly the same.

**What are the three lines of symmetry?**

The division of triangles into scalene, isosceles, and equilateral can be thought of in terms of lines of symmetry. A scalene triangle is a triangle with no lines of symmetry while an isosceles triangle has at least one line of symmetry and an equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry.

## What is multiple line of symmetry?

No line of symmetry which implies that the figure is asymmetrical. Infinite lines of symmetry. One line of symmetry. Two lines of symmetry. Multiple (more than two) lines of symmetry.

## Where is symmetry used in real life?

Real-life examples of symmetry Reflection of trees in clear water and reflection of mountains in a lake. Wings of most butterflies are identical on the left and right sides. Some human faces are the same on the left and right side. People can also have a symmetrical mustache.

**Why is symmetry in nature?**

Scientists regard symmetry breaking to be the process of new pattern formation. Broken symmetries are important because they help us classify unexpected changes in form. Through the process of symmetry breaking, new patterns in nature are formed. New structure is gained as symmetry is lost.

**Is human body symmetrical?**

Symmetry and sex The body plans of most animals, including humans, exhibit mirror symmetry, also called bilateral symmetry. They are symmetric about a plane running from head to tail (or toe). Bilateral symmetry is so prevalent in the animal kingdom that many scientists think that it can’t be a coincidence.

### Is there symmetry in nature?

Importantly, unlike in mathematics, symmetry in biology is always approximate. For example, plant leaves – while considered symmetrical – rarely match up exactly when folded in half. Symmetry is one class of patterns in nature whereby there is near-repetition of the pattern element, either by reflection or rotation.

### Which symmetry is most common in animals define it?

Bilateral Symmetry

**What animals are not bilaterally symmetrical?**

Only members of the phylum Porifera (sponges) have no body plan symmetry. There are some fish species, such as flounder, that lack symmetry as adults. However, the larval fish are bilaterally symmetrical.

**Is a snail radial bilateral or asymmetrical?**

For most animals, the left half of the body is pretty much a mirror image of the right half, at least on the outside. One exception to this bilateral symmetry is found in snails, whose shells spiral to either the right or the left.