It is 2 because I took a test on this and my teacher said it can not go diagonal.If you are wondering why is because if you get out a piece of paper (any piece)it will not fold sideways while a square can

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A rectangle has 2 lines of symmetry.

I'm pretty sure it has 2 lines of symmetry!

The answer is 2 ,I just took a test with that question

I think it is 2

Unless it is a square, there are only 2 lines of symmetry. Each connects the midpoint of a side with the midpoint of the opposite side.

If it is a square, two more lines of symmetry connect opposite corners.

If it is a square, two more lines of symmetry connect opposite corners.

I am pretty sure it is 4.

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Cassandra lewis says: Two lines of symmetry

Has 4 lines of symmetry

My question was Why does a rectangle have two lines of symmetry