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- 1. Symmetry
- 2. Is there a way we can cut this figure into two equal parts?
- 3. You can cut this figure in half to create two identical figures.
- 4. This line will create two figures of the same size and shape.
- 5. Is there another way I can cut this shape in two equal parts?
- 6. This line will also create two rectangles of equal size and shape.
- 7. The yellow and pink rectangles are of identical shape and size.
- 8. We would say these are Lines of Symmetry
- 9. Symmetry Dividing a solid shape into two parts so that one part is the mirror image of the other.
- 10. The pink rectangle is a mirror image of the yellow rectangle in shape and size. Line of Symmetry
- 11. How many lines of symmetry are there for this triangle?
- 12. How many lines of symmetry are there for this shape?
- 13. Homework Assignment: Find the lines of symmetry for these shapes. Name: ______________________
- 14. Find the lines of symmetry.

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