There are five if it is a true pentagon...the picture that I will upload is a good but not excellent representation of a pentagon...but it reflects the answer to your question. I hope this helps.

A regular pentagon has 5 lines of symmetry. Each line goes through the midpoint of a side and the opposite vertex.

My students were debating on this question when I was teaching them about lines of symmetry.

The answer is 1 and 5.

The regular pentagon that has curved sides at the bottom, has 5 lines of symmetry.

But when you look at an irregular polygon which looks like a house, has 1 line of symmetry.

The answer is 1 and 5.

The regular pentagon that has curved sides at the bottom, has 5 lines of symmetry.

But when you look at an irregular polygon which looks like a house, has 1 line of symmetry.

I guess 5

5. A line of symmetry can be traced from each vertex to the opposing side.

Five

4

4

I think so 7

No it only has one because if you have the point at the top which should be there you can only fold it one way