I would ask this question: How many lines of symmetry a star does have? What do they mean by lines of symmetry? And how I could define them in a star?
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A line of symmetry is a line that divides the star into two corresponding parts, each of which is the mirror image of the other. in a star, you may find 4 to 5 symmetric line.
A star can have vertical and horizontal symmetric lines which meet at the center of it. Also, there are lines that make a 45-degree angle with these vertical or horizontal lines.
I hope this helps!
It is better if you added an image of the star, so we can know its shape.
Besides, it depends on the corner angles numbers.
My daughter also missed this math question.
Anyhow, if it is a four-point star, it would, in fact, have six lines of symmetry. and if it is a five-point star, it would be just five symmetric lines.