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Lesson Posted on 20/08/2018 Learn Symmetry

Raj Kumar

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Symmetry is nothing but Quality of being made of the precisely similar parts Nature loves symmetry Now we will check the symmetry 1) if the curve is symmetrical about the x-axis a)Y will be replaced by (-y), and curve remains the same for example, y2=x represents the parabola which is symmetrical... read more

Symmetry is nothing but Quality of being made of the precisely similar parts

Nature loves symmetry

Now we will check the symmetry

1)

if the curve is symmetrical about the x-axis

a)Y will be replaced by (-y), and curve remains the same

for example, y2=x represents the parabola which is symmetrical about the x-axis

proof: replace y with -y in the above equation

(-y)2=x⇒y2=x so the curve remains same

2)

if the curve is symmetrical about the y-axis

a) f(-x)=f(x) means curve should be even function

for example, x2=y represents the parabola which is symmetrical about the y-axis

proof: replace x with -x in the above equation

(-x)2=y⇒x2=y so the curve remains same

(-x)^{2}=y⇒x^{2}=y so the curve remains same

3)

if the curve is symmetrical about the line y=x

on interchanging of x and y Curve remains the same

For example, Cubic function y=x3 is symmetrical about the line y=x

let us interchange the x and y

⇒x=y3

Solve for y=x1/3 below given graph are two graphs which are symmetrical about the line y=x

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Comments Answered on 30/01/2018 Learn Symmetry

Sujoy D.

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NOSum of all the angles of a triangle is 180.As 70+115 is exceeding 180 degrees, it is not possible to construct a triangle.

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Draw a straight 6 cm line. Then take compass and by taking 6cm in compass draw an arc from one of the line which you have drawn and without disturbing the compass from the other end of the line cut the arc which is drawn before. There you will get a point and now from that point join the ends of the... read more

Draw a straight 6 cm line. Then take compass and by taking 6cm in compass draw an arc from one of the line which you have drawn and without disturbing the compass from the other end of the line cut the arc which is drawn before. There you will get a point and now from that point join the ends of the line which is of 6 cm. Now equilateral triangle is done.

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Answered on 30/01/2018 Learn Symmetry

Sujoy D.

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English alphabets having symmetry are: A, B, C, D, E, K, M, T, U, V, W, Y have one line of symmetry. H, I, X have two lines of symmetry. And F, G, J, L, N, P, Q, R, S, Z have neither horizontal nor vertical lines of symmetry.

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Answers 18 Comments Answered on 30/01/2018 Learn Symmetry

Sujoy D.

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Cone.

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Answers 8 Comments Answered on 30/01/2018 Learn Symmetry

Sujoy D.

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An edge

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Answered on 30/01/2018 Learn Symmetry

Sujoy D.

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2 edges.

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Answers 6 Comments Answered on 05/12/2016 Learn Symmetry

Chandan Singh

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A cone has one vertex.

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Answers 3 Comments Answered on 20/03/2018 Learn Symmetry

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Vertices.

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Answered on 09/12/2016 Learn Symmetry

Ankit

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First draw a base line of 7 cm. Then take a measurement in compass of 4 cm using scale. Draw an Arc from one of the end point of the base line. Repeat the same procedure for 5 cm from another end point of base line. Draw two lines to both ends from the mid point of the Arc.

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