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OpenStudy (bbb911):

GEometry problem attachment included

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OpenStudy (bahrom7893):

http://www.learner.org/courses/learningmath/geometry/session7/part_a/index.html so all of those figures do, choice c: A,B and C

OpenStudy (bbb911):

Thank you so much

OpenStudy (anonymous):

wait. can you find any line symmetry for figure C?

OpenStudy (bahrom7893):

yea, try the diagonal

OpenStudy (bahrom7893):

oh wait no, try a line, that's parallel to both sides and goes right thru the centre

OpenStudy (anonymous):

no, it won't. there are only two sides that are equal.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

okay. wait.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

if you take the line that passes through the center. it still won't. you'll produce two triangles at both ends.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

try it on a paper. that's what i did to check.

OpenStudy (bahrom7893):

No I mean try the line that's parallel to both sides, and goes through the center, I mean just split the figure in half.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes, but in lines of symmetry, when you fold the figure in your designated line, the figure shouldn't have lapses. it must be symmetrical. but when you try the line that's parallel to both sides, and goes through the center, it just won't. seriously, try it on a paper.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

check this. I opened the link you posted. In problem A1, the parallelogram has no line of symmetry. http://www.learner.org/courses/learningmath/geometry/session7/solutions_a.html#a1

OpenStudy (bahrom7893):

Oh okay, I see, I was wrong i guess i understood it in some stupid way, sorryy the awesome is right!

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