Che cosa è l'asse di simmetria?

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é una linea che divide una figura in due parti simmetrica in modo che le figura in un lato é la stessa figura dall'altro.
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What is the axis of symmetry?
a line that divides a figure into two symmetrical parts, in a way that the figure on one side is the same as the figure on the other side.
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