Symmetrical Figures Definition?


A symmetrical figure is a figure that is identical on both sides if split in half. A symmetric figure is a figure commonly used in geometry. Symmetrical figures are used in high levels of math and construction such as in architecture.
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A shape that when you draw a line on the shape and cut along the line you get two identical shapes. A circle is an example.
Symmetry: a precise and well-defined concept of balance or "patterned self-similarity"
symmetrically: in a symmetrical manner
A symmetrical figure is one where the shape on each side of the axis of symmetry would be congruent. Congruent means that the shape or form exactly superimpose upon another. An example
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