**Is there any relation between line symmetry and point symmetry?**

A set of points has line symmetry if and only if there is a line, l, such that the reflection through l of each point in the set is also a point in the set. (May also be referred to as reflectional symmetry.) Certain figures can be mapped onto themselves by a reflection in their lines of symmetry.

**Is there any implications between lines of symmetry and point symmetry?**

**Yes, there is implication between lines of symmetry and point symmetry.**

**How do you know if a line is point or symmetry?**

**Yes, there is implication between lines of symmetry and point symmetry.**

**Does a square have line symmetry and point symmetry?**

**A square is symmetrical along four lines of symmetry**, two along the diagonals and two along with the midpoints of the opposite sides. Some other patterns also have four lines of symmetry.

**Is there a relationship between lines of symmetry and rotational symmetry?**

**A line of symmetry divides the shape equally into two symmetrical pieces.** **A rotational symmetry is the number of times a shape fits into itself when rotated around its centre.**

**What is the difference between point symmetry and line symmetry?**

Linear Symmetry: Four lines of symmetry i.e., its two diagonals and the two lines each joining the midpoint of the opposite sides of the square. **Point Symmetry: Possesses a point symmetry with the point of intersection ‘O’ of its diagonals as the centre of symmetry**.

**What is symmetry mention the difference between point symmetry and line symmetry with examples?**

In geometry, symmetry is defined as **A balanced and proportionate similarity that is found in two halves of an object**. It means one-half is the mirror image of the other half. The imaginary line or axis along which you can fold a figure to obtain the symmetrical halves is called the line of symmetry.

**What is meant by point symmetry?**

Point symmetry is said to occur **When 2 in the cartesian system lie at the same distance from the coordinate axis but in an opposite direction**, they are said to possess a point symmetry. For eg- (1,1) and (-1,-1) have a point symmetry.

**Does rhombus have point symmetry?**

Rhombus:

(ii) Point symmetry **Possesses point symmetry with point of intersection of diagonals as the center of symmetry**.

**Does a diamond have point symmetry?**

Why Diamond 7 **Does not have point symmetry**? On rotation by 180Â°, the two are not the same. The centre diamond is at top before rotation and at the bottom after rotation.

**Which shape has point of symmetry?**

Another familiar example of an object with point symmetry is **A square**. Some cards in a regular deck also have point symmetry. You could try to observe items in your home that have point symmetry – maybe your ceiling fan or even your fancy dishes . Many flowers in nature also have point symmetry.

**How many lines of symmetry does a 4 point star have?**

Hence the given Star have **4 line of symmetry**. Was this answer helpful?

**Does a star have point symmetry?**

For example, a five pointed star has 5 lines of symmetry and rotational symmetry of order 5, but **Does not have point symmetry**. A parallelogram has no line of symmetry, but has rotational symmetry of order 2 and also point symmetry. Only a shape which has line symmetry or point symmetry can have rotational symmetry.

**Does a line segment have a point symmetry?**

**A line segment has two axes of symmetry**: the line containing it, and the line perpendicular to it through its midpoint.

**What is the difference between a line and a line of symmetry?**

Answer: **A line which divides a figure or shape or any image in identical halves has line symmetry**. Thus, the line which divides a figure into identical halves is referred to as the line of symmetry or the axis of symmetry.

**What is the difference between axis and line symmetry?**

**The axis of symmetry is an imaginary straight line that divides a shape into two identical parts, thereby creating one part as the mirror image of the other part**. When folded along the axis of the symmetry, the two parts get superimposed. The straight line is called the line of symmetry/the mirror line.

**Is a point a line?**

A point in geometry is a location. It has no size i.e. no width, no length and no depth. A point is shown by a dot. **A line is defined as a line of points that extends infinitely in two directions**.

**Which letter has a point of symmetry?**

The letters **H, Z and N** Have point symmetry.