rotational symmetry

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A plane figure has rotational symmetry about a point O if the figure appears the same when it is rotated about O through some positive angle less than one complete revolution. For example, an equilateral triangle (and, indeed, any regular polygon) has rotational symmetry about its centre.

Subjects: Mathematics.

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