A circle has an infinite number of angles of rotational symmetry.
no it does not a full circle does not have rotational symmetry it is unimited it goes on forever
yes it does
infinite angles of rotational symmetry... (: ~kitty <3 = =
a circle or a sphere
A circle and square.
Yes. A circle has infinitely many lines of symmetry and it also has rotational symmetry of infinite order.
i am not sure but i think a trapezium has 1 order of rotational symmetry
It has rotational symmetry of infinite order as well as an infinite number of axes of symmetry.
All of them. To be precise, since a circle is perfectly round (in theory, although humans can't reproduce such circularity - is that a word?) it will have infinity rotational symmetry.
A circle, square, and a triangle all have rotational symmetry.
If the central point of the straight line is placed exactly on the middle, and such central point has an axis, it will have a rotational symmetry.
Because the circle's diameter has infinite lines of symmetry
The order of rotational symmetry for a circle is infinite. This is because it can be rotated any amount from the middle and it will still look the same. You can use a special sign to show this: ∞
yes, a circle.
yes it has . It has 1 rotational symmetry
A trapezium does not have rotational symmetry.
Three dimensional shapes, generally, don't have lines of symmetry, but a circle has an infinite number is symmetry lines. 3D shapes also don't have rotational symmetry either, but a circle has an infinite number of that as well.
It has 8lines of rotational symmetry