##### Copy the figures with punched holes and find the axis of symmetry for the following:

The axis or line of symmetry is an imaginary line that runs through the centre of a shape creating two perfectly identical halves.

 Figure Axis of symmetry Explanation The given figure is a sqaure and the holes lie on opposite sides. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a line vertical and horizontal through the mid point of the square. The given figure is a square and the holes lie on one corner. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a the diagonal of the square in between the holes. The given figure is a square and the holes lie on one side. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a horizontal line through the centre in between the holes. The given figure is a square and the holes lie on opposite sides. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a horizontal line through the centre in between the holes. The given figure is a square and the holes lie on each of the 4 corners. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a horizontal and a vertical line along with the two diagonals of the square. The given figure is a square and the holes lie in the middle and on one side of the square. Hence, the line of symmetry will just be a vertical line through the centre bisecting one of the holes. The given figure is a triangle and the holes lie on two corners of the triangle. Hence, the line of symmetry will be the median of the triangle in between the two holes. The given figure is a triangle and the holes lie on two corners of the triangle. Hence, the line of symmetry will be the median of the triangle in between the two holes. The given figure is a triangle and the holes lie on the median. Hence, the line of symmetry will be the median bisecting the two holes. The given figure is a circle and the holes lie on the horizontal diameter. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a vertical line in between the holes and a horizontal line bisecting the two holes and both passing through the centre. The given figure is a circle and the holes lie on the horizontal and vertical diameter. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a vertical line vertical and horizontal passing through the centre and bisecting the holes. The given figure is a circle where two holes lie on the horizontal diameter and one on the vertical diameter. Hence, the line of symmetry will be a vertical line on the diameter bisecting the hole.

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