9 planes in Cube 3 Planes in Cuboid
There are three kinds of symmetries for a cube: planes of symmetry, lines of symmetry and a center of symmetry.A cube has:9 planes of symmetry13 lines of symmetry1 center of symmetry (at the center of the cube)
A rectangular solid that is not a cube has 3 planes of symmetry.
A cube has three planes of symmetry.
It depends on which type of cuboid we are talking about. If it is a CUBE (a special type of cuboid), then it has nine planes of symmetry. If it is a cuboid with length, width and height all different, then it has three planes of symmetry. If it is a cuboid with two equal measurements (say width and length), then it has five planes of symmetry.
There are 3 planes of symmetry in a rectange.
it has 5 planes of symmetry
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Infinitely many planes of symmetry
There are infinite planes of symmetry in a cylinder in the same way that a circle has infinite lines of symmetry.
This depends on the type of prism. If the shapes on the ends are pentagons, the prism has 6 planes of symmetry. If they are hexagons, it has 13 planes of symmetry. It has the same number of planes of symmetry as the shapes on the end have lines of symmetry, plus 1.
The answer is 13- for more detail:
There are no lines of symmetry in a 3d figure.The right question is how planes of symmetry are there in a pentagonal pyramid.Then the correct answer is 5 planes of symmetry.
Lines of symmetry are 2 dimensional. Planes of symmetry are 3D.
3d shapes dont have lines of symmetry. they have planes. since a circle has infinite lines of symmetry, surely a cylinder has infinite planes of symmetry.
3D shapes don't have lines of symmetry they have plane's of symmetry.
there are two plane symmetry on triangular prism.
two of the faces of a cylinder are circles circles have an infinite number of lines of symmetry therefore cylinders have an infinite number of planes of symmetry