


Related Terms 


Line Symmetry: Figures that match exactly when folded in half have line symmetry. 
Rotational Symmetry: A figure has rotational symmetry if, after rotating it by an angle of 180 degrees or less about its center, the figure lines back up with itself.
Asymmetrical: Describes any figure that cannot be divided into two parts that are mirror images of each other. In other words, asymmetrical means "not symmetrical."
Axis of Symmetry: A line that a figure can be folded over so that onehalf of the figure matches the other half perfectly; a line about which a figure is symmetrical.
Line of Symmetry: A line that divides a figure into two parts, each of which is a mirror image of the other.
Symmetry: The property of a figure or expression that allows for parts of it to be interchanged without forcing a change in the whole


