A figure may have no line of symmetry, only one line of symmetry, two lines of
or multiple lines of symmetry. Here are some e

A figure may have no line of symmetry, only one line of symmetry, two lines of
or multiple lines of symmetry. Here are some examples
Number of lines of symmetry Example
No line of symmetry
A scalene triangle
Only one line of symmetry
An isosceles triangle
Two lines of symmetry
A rectangle
Three lines of symmetry
An equilateral triangle​

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  1. Answer:

    Some shapes, such as a scalene triangle, have no lines of symmetry – it is not possible to fold the shape about a line so that the two halves fit exactly on top of one another.

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