Math Grade 4 Quiz Lines of Symmetry in TwoDimensional Figures – 4.G.A.3
This standard requires students to understand the concept of symmetry within twodimensional figures. They should be able to recognize a line of symmetry as a line that divides a figure into two identical parts, mirrored across that line. Students should be able to identify figures that are symmetrical and draw lines of symmetry on given figures.
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What is a line of symmetry?
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How many lines of symmetry does a regular pentagon have?
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Which of the following shapes does NOT have a line of symmetry?
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How many lines of symmetry does a circle have?
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If you can fold a figure along a line and the two halves match perfectly, this line is called a:
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How many lines of symmetry does an isosceles triangle have?
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Which letter of the English alphabet has a vertical line of symmetry?
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What type of quadrilateral has exactly one line of symmetry?
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How many lines of symmetry does a regular octagon have?
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Which shape has no lines of symmetry?
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