Q: What symmetry would a basketball represent?

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if you think of a basketball to represent the sun and a grape to represent Pluto now compare them that's how big they would be for real life but much bigger

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it would be called symmetry

Metaphorically, a basketball could represent Earth in terms of its round shape and the idea of different players (countries) coming together to play a unified game (coexisting on Earth). However, there are many differences between a basketball and Earth in terms of composition, size, and complexity.

It depends on what kind of triangle. A scalene triangle (no equal sides or angles) would not have any lines of symmetry. An isosceles triangle would have 1 line of symmetry, and an equilateral triangle would have 3 lines of symmetry.

Sting rays have a two fold axis of symmetry which would make it closed symmetry.