# How many lines of symmetry does a parallelogram have?

General parallelogram has no lines of symmetry.

Some specific types of parallelogram do. See below.

Rhombus is a special type of parallelogram and it has two lines of symmetry - its diagonals.

Rectangle, which is not a square, has two lines of symmetry - two lines going through the midpoints of opposite sides.

Square is a special type of parallelogram with four lines of symmetry - two diagonals and two lines going through the midpoints of opposite sides.

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A parallelogram has 0 lines of symmetry.

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