I am wondering if a hexagon has rotational symmetry for 90 degrees, 180 degrees and 27o degrees, in other words for one quarter turn, 1/2 turn, 3 turns and a full turn
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90 deg=vertikal line=y-axis...yes its symmetrik around y axis

180 deg=horizontal line=x-axis...yes, its symmetrik

its also symmetrik tu line from senter tu top-left & top-rite korners=60deg & -69 deg
answered Aug 18, 2012 by anonymous

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