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Andy said that any shape with more than three sides or angles has the same number of lines of symmetry. Select the choice that correctly critiques Andy’s reasoning.

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  1. Clearly false.

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  2. B or D?

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  3. Try brainly idk what the answer is

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  4. I need help with geting the ansr

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  5. its actually b

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  6. I think it is B p, because votes says A and C is definitely incorrect. Top votes says B or D, and pentagons do have lines of symmetry.

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  7. Alright then, B is the answer everyone. I didn't choose that answer yet. But, whatever. I'll just do it :|

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  8. it was wrong

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  9. it is nothing idk help me out

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  10. No choices given. Cannot copy and paste here.

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  11. no

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  12. is it b or d

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  13. I think it’s B

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  14. Andy said that any shape with more than three sides or angles has the same number of lines of symmetry. Select the choice that correctly critiques Andy’s reasoning.

    A. Andy is correct because lines of symmetry start at the angles.

    B. Andy is incorrect because the shape must be a regular figure.

    C. Andy is correct because a rhombus cannot have a line of symmetry.

    D. Andy is incorrect because a pentagon does not have a line of symmetry.

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  15. lol sent one year after

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  16. lol

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  17. it is d

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