Hi,
I need an elementary proof for the following statement:
if a plane figure has 2 ore more axis of symmetry, they must intersect at a common point for all axis.
Thank you in advance!
Hello, rargh!
Can you re-state the problem?
As written, it doesn't make sense.
I need an elementary proof for the following statement:
If a plane figure has 2 or more axis of symmetry, . We have ONE plane figure?
they must intersect at a common point for all axis. . We have more than one?
And I don't understand the phrase "for all axis".