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emmynimmy

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Geometry help!

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    @misty1212

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    here is a nice picture of the lines of symmetry for the first one https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hexagon_Reflections.png

  7. emmynimmy
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    ok so how would i explain it?

  8. misty1212
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    draw the lines i guess that is what the first part is asking the angles are \(60^\circ\)

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    it has both reflection and rotation symmetry you can just say you can reflect about any of those lines you draw, and also rotate 60 degrees

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    that would be the full explanation ?

  11. misty1212
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    pretty much repost the others one at a time, i am not that great at geometry

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    lol meant repost in another question so someone else can help i don't know how to do this

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    so basically im gonna explain and stuff.

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    ohhh

  16. misty1212
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    yeah but the next one you posted you should post in a new question someone can help i am sure, but not me

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