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Geo help thanks :)

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    What do you think?

  6. Kash_TheSmartGuy
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    I think it's C, Point and Line Symmetry.

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    I don't see line symmetry here. I think it's just point

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    hmmm

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    @Compassionate @ganeshie8 what do you think?

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  11. aripotta
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    If you draw a line anywhere on the figure, and cut it in half, you don't see a mirror image. So there is no line symmetry.

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    However, if you cut the figure in half and look at the top half, then rotate the figure to see the bottom half, they look the same. Which is point symmetry

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    I think its just point of symmetry 'coz there exist a point in the center of the figure that if the figure is rotated about any point 180 degrees then it faces the identical situations... well thats the definition of POI, and obv there is no line symmetry you can't cut the figure in exactly two halfs

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