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  1. some_someone
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    anyone have an idea how to do this???

  2. asnaseer
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    this should help you answer your question: http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/symmetry.html

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    @asnaseer i know what symmetry is, its just that i don't get this problem!!!

  4. FeoNeo33
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    Generally speaking, an object with rotational symmetry is an object that looks the same after a certain amount of rotation ... So is it an object that look the same after a certain amount of rotation? And, remember, it says "and/or", so it could be both.

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    yeah i know it has two lines of symmetry, but i am not sure the rotational symmetry.

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    i would appreciate the help from anyone!!!

  7. asnaseer
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    Sorry but I had to leave in a hurry yesterday. The link I gave you above describes rotational symmetry as well. It has a link for more information on rotational symmetry which is this one: http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/symmetry-rotational.html If you spend some time studying this then it should all become clear to you.

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