|Scalene Triangle||Order of Symmetry||Reason|
|All the sides of a Scalene Triangle are different||There is no rotational symmetry present in scalene triangle||Because order of symmetry depends upon the equal number of sides.|
|Isosceles Triangle||Two equal sides are present in the Isosceles Triangle so order of symmetry is 2.||Because number of equal side is 2.|
|Equilateral Triangle||All sides of Equilateral Triangle are equal so order of symmetry is 3.||Number of equal sides are 3.|
|Square||All four sides of a Square are same so the order of symmetry is 4.||Number of equal sides are 4.|
|Rectangle||Rectangle has two equal sides so the order of symmetry is 2.||Number of equal side is 2.|
|Circle||Circle has infinity order of symmetry||Because it can rotate any amount of time around the center.|
Reflection symmetry: If we cut any shape in two half’s and both the shapes are identical then this type of symmetry is known as reflection symmetry.
Rotational symmetry: If we rotate any shape in any direction and there is no change in the shape then this type of symmetry is known as Rotational symmetry. There are so many symmetries, they all have their own properties which are: Translation symmetry, Glide reflection symmetry, Rotoreflection symmetry, helical symmetry and so on. This is all about order of rotational symmetry.