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What has a single line of symmetry?

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TechMan
1 day ago
There could be many answers to this. If were thinking in terms of geometry: >a triangle has between 1 and 3 lines of symmetry >a square will always have 4 lines of symmetry. Irregular shapes might have a single line of symmetry. For instance, a building may have a single line of symmetry. >a line between two points may only have one line of symmetry. because it is only 2 dimensions, it is impossible for it to have more than one line of symmetry.