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What is symmetry?
When a shape looks identical to its original shape after being flipped or turned. Symmetry is thus a mirror image.
Line of Symmetry: Imaginary line or axis along which you fold a figure to obtain the symmetrical halves is called the line of symmetry. The line can be a vertical line, horizontal line or a diagonal.
Types of Symmetry:
Reflective or Line: A shape is symmetrical about a dotted line which divides it into two equal halves. This is also known as the basic type.
Rotational Symmetry: When a shape is rotated about an axis and it appears exactly the same as it did before rotation.
|Chapter 17 Symmetry|
|Symmetry Exercise 17.1||Symmetry Exercise 17.2|
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