How many lines of symmetry does a isosceles triangle have?
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The basis of symmetry is that everything on one side of an imaginary line is the same as the other. This means that if you split a triangle down the middle by an imaginary lin…e, one side of the triangle on both halves will be the same. This defines an isosceles triangle.. An equilateral triangle also has line symmetry.
The Isosceles triangle only has one possible line of symmetry; and that is through the vortex, AKA: The middle, in a vertical line.
an isosceles has only 1 line of symmetry
ohcourse an isosceles triangle has a line symmetry
An isosceles triangle has only 1 line of symmetry.
it is from top to the botttom in the middle
1 - through the vertex
Yes it does