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SYMMETRY IN CAR LOGOS Identify the type of symmetry in each of the following car logos
Volkswagen Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
BMW Reflection: 2 lines of symmetry Rotation: 180°
Mercedes-Benz Reflection: 3 lines of symmetry Rotation: 120°, 240°
Acura Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Pontiac Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Dodge Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Toyota Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Infiniti Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Cadillac No symmetry! How could this logo be changed to have symmetry?
Daewoo Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Lexus No symmetry!
Honda Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Audi Reflection: 2 lines of symmetry Rotation: 180°
Mazda Reflection: 1 line of symmetry Rotation: none
Chevrolet Reflection: none Rotation: 180°
Hyundai Reflection: none Rotation: 180°
Chrysler Reflection: 5 lines of symmetry Rotation: 72°, 144°, 216°, 288°
Mitsubishi Reflection:3 lines of symmetry Rotation:120°, 240°
Rolls Royce No symmetry! But what type of transformation is shown? This is a translation.
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