Here my dog "Flame" has her challenge **made perfect symmetrical with a bitof photo magic.**

**The white line under the facility is theline of Symmetry**

When the folded part sits perfectly on top (all edge matching), then the wrinkles line is a heat of Symmetry.

Here I have folded a rectangle one way, and **it didn"t work**.

**So this is not**a heat of Symmetry

But once I shot it this way, that **does work** (the folded component sits perfect on top, every edges matching):

**So this is**a heat of Symmetry

## Triangles

A Triangle have the right to have **3**, or **1** or **no** present of symmetry:

Equilateral Triangle(all sides equal, all angles equal) | Isosceles Triangle(two political parties equal, two angles equal) | Scalene Triangle(no political parties equal, no angle equal) | ||

3 currently of Symmetry | 1 heat of Symmetry | No lines of Symmetry |

## Quadrilaterals

Different species of quadrilateral (a 4-sided aircraft shape):

Square(all sides equal, all angle 90°) | Rectangle(opposite sides equal, all angles 90°) | Irregular Quadrilateral | ||

4 lines of Symmetry | 2 lines of Symmetry | No present of Symmetry |

Kite | Rhombus(all sides equal length) | |

1 line of Symmetry | 2 lines of Symmetry |

## Regular Polygons

A continual polygon has all political parties equal, and also all angle equal:

An Equilateral Triangle (3 sides) has 3 lines of Symmetry | ||

A Square (4 sides) has 4 currently of Symmetry | ||

A Regular Pentagon (5 sides) has 5 lines of Symmetry | ||

A Regular Hexagon (6 sides) has 6 currently of Symmetry | ||

A Regular Heptagon (7 sides) has 7 lines of Symmetry | ||

A Regular Octagon (8 sides) has 8 present of Symmetry |

And the sample continues:

A continual polygon that**9**sides has

**9**currently of SymmetryA continuous polygon of

**10**sides has

**10**present of Symmetry...A constant polygon that

**"n"**sides has

**"n"**currently of Symmetry

## Circle |