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## What is rotational symmetry in math?

A figure has rotational symmetry if it can be rotated by an angle between 0° and 360° so that the image coincides with the preimage. The order of symmetry is the number of times the figure coincides with itself as its rotates through 360° . Example: A regular hexagon has rotational symmetry.

## What is vertical symmetry?

A vertical line of symmetry is that line which runs down an image thus dividing it into two identical halves. In other words, it is a straight standing line that divides an image or shape into two identical halves.

## How do you explain symmetry?

Something is symmetrical when it is the same on both sides. A shape has symmetry if a central dividing line (a mirror line) can be drawn on it, to show that both sides of the shape are exactly the same.

## What are the symmetry groups associated with rotoreflections?

In 3D, a rotary reflection, rotoreflection or improper rotation is a rotation about an axis combined with reflection in a plane perpendicular to that axis. The symmetry groups associated with rotoreflections include: if the rotation angle has no common divisor with 360°, the symmetry group is not discrete

## Which is the correct definition of reflection symmetry?

Reflection symmetry is a type of symmetry which is with respect to reflections. Reflection symmetry is also known as line symmetry or mirror symmetry. It states that if there exists at least one line that divides a figure into two halves such that one-half is the mirror image of the other half.

## How are Rotoreflection and rotoinversion the same?

In both cases the operations commute. Rotoreflection and rotoinversion are the same if they differ in angle of rotation by 180°, and the point of inversion is in the plane of reflection. An improper rotation of an object thus produces a rotation of its mirror image.

## Which is symmetry with respect to all rotations about all points?

Symmetry with respect to all rotations about all points implies translational symmetry with respect to all translations (because translations are compositions of rotations about distinct points), and the symmetry group is the whole E + ( m ). This does not apply for objects because it makes space homogeneous,…