Which figure has the same order of rotational symmetry as a rectangle?
Rotational symmetry is the symmetry wherein the figure looks exactly the same if you rotate it about any fixed point.
Answer: figure (a) has the same order of rotational symmetry as a rectangle.
A figure has symmetry if it can be divided into two identical pieces.
If you turn or rotate a figure about a point P, if it will still look the same from all directions, this kind of symmetry is called rotational symmetry.
The order of rotational symmetry of a rectangle is 2.
Rhombus has the rotational symmetry of order 2 and square has the rotational symmetry of order 1.