The following figures have more than one line of symmetry. Such figures are said to have multiple lines of symmetry:

Identify multiple lines of symmetry, if any, in each of the following figures:

The lines of symmetry are marked in the figure:

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The figure has 3 lines of symmetry. The figure has an equilateral triangle and 3 different quadrants of a circle and hence, can be divided into 2 identical halves in 3 ways. | ||

The figure has 2 lines of symmetry. The figure has 2 semi circles inscribed in a square and hence, can be divided into 2 identical halves in 2 ways. | ||

The figure has 3 lines of symmetry. The figure has 4 triangular shapes interconnected and hence, can be divided into 2 identical halves in 3 ways. | ||

The figure has 2 lines of symmetry. The figure has a shape inscribed in a square. The diagonals of the square are the lines of symmetry. | ||

The figure has 4 lines of symmetry. The figure has a shape symmetrical about horizontal and vertical axis along with the diagonals of the square. | ||

The figure has only one line of symmetry. The figure can only be divided by the horizontal axis through the middle. | ||

The figure has 4 lines of symmetry. The figure has a square and 4 different quadrants of a circle and hence, can be divided in 4 ways. | ||

The figure has 6 lines of symmetry. The figure has 5 different circles overlapping each other and hence, can be divided into 2 identical halves in 6 ways. |

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