Question

# We say that a figure has a rotational symmetry of more than 1 when __.

A

When you rotate a figure for 90° and get the original figure

B

When you rotate a figure for 180° and get the original figure

C

When you rotate a figure for 270° and get the original figure

D

When you rotate a figure for 360° and get the original figure

Solution

## The correct options are A When you rotate a figure for 90° and get the original figure B When you rotate a figure for 180° and get the original figure C When you rotate a figure for 270° and get the original figure During a 360∘ rotation, if a figure looks exactly like the original figure at some angle less than 360∘, then the figure is said to have rotational symmetry. Any figure can be rotated by an angle of 360∘ to look exactly the same. But, we say that an object has rotational symmetry if the order is more than 1.

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