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- 1. Symmetry worksheet 1.. Symmetry in the Alphabet 1Which letters of the alphabet have lines of symmetry? Draw lines of symmetry throughthe letters below to show if line symmetry exist. Write ‘YES’ or ‘NO’ under each of theletters below if rotational symmetry exist.A B C D EF G H I JK L M N OP R S T UW ZWrite at least one word, name, or phrase that has reflectional symmetry when writtenhorizontally.Write at least one word, name, or phrase that has reflectional symmetry when writtenvertically.
- 2. 2.. Draw all lines of symmetry on the given shapes, if possible. How many lines of2 symmetry are there for each shape?3.. Which number has at least one line of symmetry ?3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
- 3. 4.. Draw the lines of symmetry on each shape and complete the table naming the4 figures Shape Number of lines of Shape Number of lines of symmetry symmetry 1. Name 2. Name 3. Name 4. Name 5. Name 6. Name 7. Name 8. Name 9. Name 10. Name
- 4. 5.. The table shows several regular polygons. Complete the table and drawing the lines5 of symmetry that each polygon has and recording the number of lines of symmetry Regular Quadrilateral ............................... Hexagon ………………………… polygon Drawing of regular polygon Lines of symmetry6.. Each of these figures has rotation symmetry. Can you estimate the center of6 rotation, the angle and the order of rotation?

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