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Order is the number of rotational symmetries. And magnitude is the angle of each turn. (Basically divide the order by 360)
In my room my bed is symmetrical and my door nub is symmetrical in rotational.

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magnitude of symmetry is the smallest angle that the figure can be rotated and back into its form. example: a square can be rotated 90° and it will look the same as before.
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