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1. This is when a figure has two sides that are mirror images of one another. It would then be possible to draw a line through a picture of the object and each side would be exactly the same as the other side. These lines are called

Parallel lines Lines of symmetry Perpendicular lines

2. The type of symmetry in which two sides of an figure are alike is called

radial symmetry bilateral symmetry unilateral symmetry

3. The type of symmetry in which there is a center point from which many different parts can extend from.

4. A line of symmetry could be drawn vertically through the capital letter T,

True False

5. A line of symmetry could be drawn vertically through the number 6.