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- 1. Definition A line that divides a figure into two halves that are reflections of each other.
- 2. Find the line of symmetry in this diamond.
- 3. Answer:
- 4. Find the line of symmetry on this car.
- 5. Answer:
- 6. Find the lines of symmetry in this hexagon.
- 7. Answer: Hexagons have many lines of symmetry.
- 8. Find the line of symmetry in this triangle:
- 9. Answer: This triangle has NO lines of symmetry
- 10. Conclusion: Shapes can have no lines of symmetry, one line of symmetry, or many lines of symmetry.

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