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− | An equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry. | + | An equilateral triangle has <math>3</math> lines of symmetry. |
− | A non-square rhombus has 2 lines of symmetry. | + | A non-square rhombus has <math>2</math> lines of symmetry. |
− | A non-square rectangle has 2 lines of symmetry. | + | A non-square rectangle has <math>2</math> lines of symmetry. |
− | An isosceles trapezoid has 1 line of symmetry. | + | An isosceles trapezoid has <math>1</math> line of symmetry. |
− | A square has 4 lines of symmetry. | + | A square has <math>4</math> lines of symmetry. |
Latest revision as of 18:12, 6 January 2018
Problem
Which of the following figures has the greatest number of lines of symmetry?
Solution
An equilateral triangle has lines of symmetry. A non-square rhombus has lines of symmetry. A non-square rectangle has lines of symmetry. An isosceles trapezoid has line of symmetry. A square has lines of symmetry.
Therefore, the answer is .
See Also
2010 AMC 8 (Problems • Answer Key • Resources) | ||
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