a star, and an octagon

Many figures. For example, an ellipse.

yes it has . It has 1 rotational symmetry

The order of rotational symmetry of a equilateral triangle is three. However, the order of an isosceles triangle is one. So, the rotational symmetry depends on the specific type of triangle figure. However, all figures have at least one order. Rotational symmetry is associated with how a shape can be rotated and retains the same or similar appearance.

A trapezium does not have rotational symmetry.

It has 8lines of rotational symmetry

no animal has rotational symmetry

It has rotational symmetry to the order of 2

No a Z doesn't have a rotational symmetry

A trapezoid has no rotational symmetry.

Equilateral triangles have rotational symmetry.

Yes, a crescent has a rotational symmetry.

A line has rotational symmetry of order 2.

It has line symmetry (straight down the center) but not rotational symmetry.

z has no line of symmetry and it does have rotational symmetry so yes

It does have rotational symmetry of order three.

No A rectangle has rotational symmetry as well

Nothing has 1 order of rotational symmetry because in rotational symmetry 1 is none.

none shapes have 1 rotational symmetry because in rotational symmetry one is none

A regular nonagon with 9 sides has a rotational symmetry of 9.

Yes. A rhombus has a 180 degree rotational symmetry but no reflection symmetry.

Yes, the capital letter N has rotational symmetry but no lines of symmetry:

No.For example, a hexagon with equal angles and sides of lengths a,b,a,b,a,b has rotational symmetry of order 3, but it has no reflection symmetry.No.For example, a hexagon with equal angles and sides of lengths a,b,a,b,a,b has rotational symmetry of order 3, but it has no reflection symmetry.No.For example, a hexagon with equal angles and sides of lengths a,b,a,b,a,b has rotational symmetry of order 3, but it has no reflection symmetry.No.For example, a hexagon with equal angles and sides of lengths a,b,a,b,a,b has rotational symmetry of order 3, but it has no reflection symmetry.

Yes, a regular pentagon has rotational symmetry.

A sphere has rotational symmetry of an infinite degree.

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