# Recognising lines of symmetry within 2-D shapes

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will look at shapes and decide whether it has a line of symmetry.

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### 4 Questions

Q1.
How many right angles does this shape have?
1 right angle
2 right angles
3 right angles
Q2.
How many right angles does this shape have?
1 right angle
2 right angles
3 right angles
Q3.
How many right angles does this shape have?
1 right angle
2 right angles
3 right angles
Q4.
How many right angles does this shape have?
0 right angles
2 right angles
3 right angles

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
In order for something to be symmetrical, it must be...
different on both sides of the line of symmetry
of equal length
Correct answer: the same on both sides of the line of symmetry
Q2.
Does this shape have a line of symmetry?
No