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#### Question 1:

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A square has

(a) one line of symmetry

(b) two lines of symmetry

(c) three lines of symmetry

(d) four lines of symmetry

#### Answer:

(d) four lines of symmetry

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#### Question 2:

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A rectangle is symmetrical about

(a) each one of its sides

(b) each one of its diagonals

(c) a line joining the midpoints of its opposite sides

(d) none of these

#### Answer:

(c) a line joining the midpoints of its opposite sides

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#### Question 3:

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A rhombus is symmetrical about

(a) the line joining the midpoints of its opposite sides

(b) each of its diagonals

(c) perpendicular bisector of each of its sides

(d) none of these

#### Answer:

(b) each of its diagonals

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#### Question 4:

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A circle has

(a) no line of symmetry

(b) one line of symmetry

(c) two lines of symmetry

(d) an unlimited number of lines of symmetry

#### Answer:

(d) an unlimited number of lines of symmetry

This is because a circle has infinite number of diameters. Also, a circle is symmetrical about each of its diameter.

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#### Question 5:

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A scalene triangle has

(a) no line of symmetry

(b) one line of symmetry

(c) two lines of symmetry

(d) three lines of symmetry

#### Answer:

(a) no line of symmetry

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#### Question 6:

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*ABCD* is a kite in which *AB* = *AD* and *BC* = *DC*.

The kite is symmetrical about

(a) the diagonal *AC*

(b) the diagonal *BD*

(c) none of these

Figure

#### Answer:

(a) the diagonal *AC*

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#### Question 7:

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The letter *O* of the English alphabet has

(a) no line of symmetry

(b) one line of symmetry

(c) two lines of symmetry

(d) none of these

#### Answer:

(c) two lines of symmetry

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#### Question 8:

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The letter Z of the English alphabet has

(a) no line of symmetry

(b) one line of symmetry

(c) two lines of symmetry

(d) none of these

#### Answer:

(a) no line of symmetry

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#### Question 9:

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Draw the line (or lines) of symmetry of each of the following figures.

Figure

#### Answer:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

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#### Question 10:

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Which of the following statements are true and which are false?

(i) A parallelogram has no line of symmetry.

(ii) An angle with equal arms has its bisector as the line of symmetry.

(iii) An equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry.

(iv) A rhombus has four lines of symmetry.

(v) A square has four lines of symmetry.

(vi) A rectanle has two lines of symmetry.

(vii) Each one of the letters H, I, O, X of the English alphabet has two lines of symmetry.

#### Answer:

(i) True

(ii) True

(iii) True

An equilateral triangle is symmetrical about each one of the bisectors of its interior angle. Also, it has three bisectors.

(iv) False

A rhombus has two lines of symmetry. It is symmetrical about each one of its diagonals.

(v) True

A square is symmetrical about each one of its diagonals and the lines joining the midpoints of the opposite sides.

(vi) True

A rectangle is symmetrical about the lines joining the midpoints of the opposite sides.

(vii) True

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