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## How many lines of symmetry does a hexagon have?

6

Hexagon/Line of symmetry

All internal angles are 120 degrees. A regular hexagon has six rotational symmetries (rotational symmetry of order six) and six reflection symmetries (six lines of symmetry), making up the dihedral group D6.

**Can you have 3 lines of symmetry?**

An equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry. It has rotational symmetry of order 3. It has three equal sides.

**What shape has exactly 3 lines of symmetry?**

equilateral triangle

Thus a rectangle has two lines of symmetry, an equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry, and a square has four.

### Can a hexagon have 4 lines of symmetry?

Complete step-by-step answer: A regular hexagon with six equal sides has six lines of symmetry. That is an equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry, a square has 4 lines of symmetry, similarly a regular hexagon has 6 lines of symmetry. The answer is 6.

**Can a hexagon have 2 lines of symmetry?**

The irregular hexagon from above has two lines of symmetry. Any regular polygon has the same number of lines of symmetry as its number of its sides.

**Does a hexagon have 7 lines of symmetry?**

A regular hexagon has six lines of symmetry. A regular hexagon has six equal straight sides and six equal angles.

#### What shape has no lines of symmetry?

Two shapes that have no lines of symmetry are the scalene triangle and an irregular quadrilateral.

**How many symmetries does a square have?**

four lines

A square has four lines of symmetry. It has rotational symmetry of order four.

**Which shape has no lines of symmetry?**

parallelogram

A scalene triangle, parallelogram, and a trapezium are three examples of shapes with no line of symmetry.

## How many lines does a hexagon have?

6 lines

Answer: A regular hexagon has 6 lines of symmetry.

**How many lines of symmetry does an irregular hexagon have?**

Multiple lines of reflection Notice the lines of reflection intersect at the figure’s center below. The irregular hexagon from above has two lines of symmetry. Any regular polygon has the same number of lines of symmetry as its number of its sides.