Point Symmetry

High School Math based on the topics required for the Regents Exam conducted by NYSED.

 

 

Point Symmetry

A figure has point symmetry if it has a rotational symmetry of 180 degrees.

One way to check if a figure has point symmetry would be to turn it upside down. If the figure looks the same as the original then it has point symmetry.

The following figures have point symmetry:

S

Z

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Introduction to Line Symmetry and Point Symmetry

 

Ambigrams

Ambigrams are pictures of words that have point symmetry i.e. they will look the same upside down.

"Ambigram" Ambigram

 

 

Ambigrams

 

 

 

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