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How many lines of symmetry does a isosceles triangle have?
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it depends upon the triangle that it have equal sides or not
there is one
It has one line of symmetry
1 An isosceles triangle has 1 line of symmetry
1 - through the vertex
An isosceles triangle has 1 lines of symmetry whereas a rhombus has 2; thus the rhombus has more lines of symmetry.
Any isosceles triangle that is not also equilateral has exactly one line of symmetry.
In an equilateral triangle: 3 In an isosceles triangle: 1 In a scalene triangle: 0
There is only one in a trapazoid because if you look at it there is only one line that can be cut to have both sides equal
Yes, every isosceles triangle has at least one line of symmetry, usually drawn down the middle from the top point, down in the middle of the triangle's base.
A 'mirror image'
0 An equilateral triangle has 3 An isoceles triangle has 1 All other triangles have 0
If it is a 45° 45° 90° isosceles right triangle, then there are 2 sides that are perpendicular.