Symmetry G6

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Take a piece of paper and draw an image of a butterfly. You will definitely draw it in such a way, that both sides of the butterfly will be an exact replica of each other. If you fold one-half of the butterfly on the other, they will exactly overlap each other. Such figures with evenly balanced proportions are said to be 'Symmetrical' to each other. This property of objects is capped under the topic 'Symmetry'. Other examples of symmetry are the human face, and the incredible monument - Taj Mahal. No wonder, symmetry adds to the beauty to any object. Let us learn more about this topic in this chapter.

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