**Rectangle**. **A** rectangle has two lines of symmetry.

Contents

- 1 Which figure appears to have exactly 2 lines of symmetry?
- 2 How many lines of symmetry does a quadrilateral have?
- 3 Why does a rhombus have 2 lines of symmetry?
- 4 Is a square the only regular quadrilateral?
- 5 Do all quadrilaterals have 2 lines of symmetry?
- 6 Does every quadrilateral has a line of symmetry?
- 7 Is there a quadrilateral with 3 lines of symmetry?
- 8 Are parallelograms symmetrical?
- 9 How many lines of symmetry does a trapezoid have?
- 10 Is a rhombus a trapezoid?
- 11 What are the 7 quadrilaterals?

## Which figure appears to have exactly 2 lines of symmetry?

Rectangle. A rectangle has two lines of symmetry. It has rotational symmetry of order two.

## How many lines of symmetry does a quadrilateral have?

Four lines of symmetry.

## Why does a rhombus have 2 lines of symmetry?

A rhombus has only 2 lines of symmetry because when we fold the rhombus along its diagonal lines, we get the same shape as two halves which can superimpose on each other showing the symmetric nature.

## Is a square the only regular quadrilateral?

A quadrilateral is a polygon with four sides. Some examples of quadrilaterals are rectangle, square, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezium etc. A regular quadrilateral must have 4 equal sides, 4 equal angles and its diagonal must bisect each other. Therefore, square is the only regular quadrilateral.

## Do all quadrilaterals have 2 lines of symmetry?

So the square has four lines of symmetry. One way to show this is to note that for a quadrilateral, a line of symmetry must either match two vertices on one side of the line with two vertices on the other or it must pass through two of the vertices and then the other two vertices pair up when folded over the line.

## Does every quadrilateral has a line of symmetry?

Square being the only regular quadrilateral it has four lines of symmetry.

## Is there a quadrilateral with 3 lines of symmetry?

We reckon there is no quadrilateral with only three lines of symmetry because you can’t have three pairs of equal edges (because that’s six edges!) Finally we looked at a square. We’d already discovered that the rhombus had only two lines of symmetry.

## Are parallelograms symmetrical?

A parallelogram has no lines of symmetry. It has rotational symmetry of order two.

## How many lines of symmetry does a trapezoid have?

There are two basic types of trapezoids: regular trapezoids and isosceles trapezoids. Definition: A trapezoid has at least 1 pair of parallel sides. A trapezoid has no axes of reflectional symmetry. An isosceles trapezoid (with only 1 pair of parallel sides) has no rotational symmetry.

## Is a rhombus a trapezoid?

Yes, a rhombus is a special type of trapezoid.

## What are the 7 quadrilaterals?

Answer: A quadrilateral refers to a four-sided polygon that has four angles. The seven types of quadrilaterals are parallelogram, rhombus, kite, rectangle, trapezoid, square, and isosceles trapezoid.