Rectangles are geometric shapes with two lines of symmetry. One line of symmetry divides a rectangle in half horizontally, and the other line divides the shape in half vertically. Rectangles also have four right angles a... More »

A mouse is an example of an animal with bilateral symmetry. If an imaginary line were drawn from the tip of its nose to the end of its tail, one side would be exactly like the other. More »

One shape that has at least one line of symmetry is a rectangle. A rectangle has two lines of symmetry. Line symmetry,is also known as reflection symmetry. More »

Intersecting lines are two lines that meet or cross. The exact place of intersection between two lines is called the "point" or "point of intersection" in geometry. More »

To find the intersection point of two lines, you must know both lines' equations. Once those are known, solve both equations for "x," then substitute the answer for "x" in either line's equation and solve for "y." The po... More »

Parallel lines are two lines that are the same distance apart along their length. They never touch one another. They look like the outer lines of a road or the edges of a rail track. More »

A rectangle has two lines of symmetry. It can be folded horizontally and vertically, from the middle of the sides, but it cannot be folded corner to corner to achieve a line of symmetry. More »