Lines of Symmetry in a Regular Equilateral Triangle What is line of symmetry ? The line of symmetry is the imaginary line where we could fold the image and have both halves match exactly. A shape may have more than one line of symmetry depending on its angles and the lengths of each side. For […]

Lines of symmetry in a regular Square A shape may have more than one line of symmetry depending on its angles and the lengths of each side. For example, a rectangle has two lines of symmetry because it can be folded in half both horizontally and vertically to create mirror images. A regular square is […]

Lines of symmetry in an Isosceles Triangle An isosceles triangle has 1 line of symmetry. An isosceles triangle is one that has two sides that are the same length. The triangle has two equal interior sides. Only if a triangle has two equal sides can it be called to be isosceles. Below figure shows lines […]

Lines of symmetry in a regular Decagon Line of Symmetry in a regular Decagon ? If a given line splits a given figure into two identical halves, we say that the line has a line of symmetry or that the figure is symmetrical about the line and line is called a line of symmetry or […]

Lines of symmetry in a regular octagon What is line of symmetry ? If a given line splits a given figure into two identical halves, we say that the line has a line of symmetry or that the figure is symmetrical about the line and line is called a line of symmetry or the axis […]

Lines of Symmetry In Regular Polygons What is line of symmetry? An object is considered to be symmetrical, if when folded or sliced in half, both halves are mirror images of one another. An object is said to have a line of symmetry when one half of it is the mirror image of the other. […]

Parallelograms – Properties   A parallelogram is a special type of a polygon. it is a quadrilateral with both pair of opposite sides are parallel. Properties 1. Opposite sides are equal.       Opposite sides, AB = CD and AC = BD 2. Opposite angles are equal.      Opposite angles are ∠A = ∠D and ∠B […]