Radial Symmetry

Radial Symmetry

A Flower

Radially symmetric images repeat the same pattern around a central point. Is is defined as a form of symmetry arranged equally in all directions from a central point, thus any plane through the central point will divided into mirror image pieces. In the picture above, the roses would be an example of radial symmetry, because when the roses are rotated, it would have the same image.

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