Q: 5    On a squared paper, sketch the following:

            (a) A triangle with a horizontal line of symmetry but no vertical line of symmetry.

            (b) A quadrilateral with both horizontal and vertical lines of symmetry.

            (c) A quadrilateral with a horizontal line of symmetry but no vertical line of symmetry.

            (d) A hexagon with exactly two lines of symmetry.

            (e) A hexagon with six lines of symmetry.

            (Hint: It will be helpful if you first draw the lines of symmetry and then complete the figures.) 

Answers (1)
D Divya Prakash Singh

(a) Triangle with only one line of symmetry is the horizontal line of symmetry and no vertical line of symmetry.

Hence, for the given case,

The triangle can be drawn as:

horizontal

(b) The quadrilateral which has both the horizontal line and the vertical line of symmetry.

Hence, for the given case:

The quadrilateral can be drawn as:

(c) The quadrilateral which has only one line of symmetry that is:

The horizontal line of symmetry and No, vertical line of symmetry.

Hence, for the given case we have:

The quadrilateral can be drawn as:

(d) The hexagon which has exactly two lines of symmetry that is:

The horizontal line of symmetry and the vertical line of symmetry.

Hence, for the given case, we have the hexagon can be drawn as:

hexagon

(e) The hexagon has all six lines of symmetry.

First, draw the six lines of symmetry and then complete the hexagon.

Hence, for the given case,

The hexagon can be drawn as:

hexagon2

 

 

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