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If it had 21 sides (or more), you could also rotate it

*is defined as***order of rotational symmetry**The number of positions a figure can be rotated to, without bringing inThus, if you look at sides (or vertices), and you can rotate your polygon 20 different ways and the sides (or vertices) are congruent with the original,

any changes to the way it looks originally.

**it must have 20 sides**.If it had 21 sides (or more), you could also rotate it

*only*20 times. However, in such a case the definition of*order of rotational symmetry*would require you describe the figure as order 21 (or more). The definition is based on how many times you*can*rotate the figure, not how many times you*choose to*.