# Class 4 Maths - Symmetry - 03

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**Q1) The figure ABCD is made of small squares. 6 of the small squares are shaded. What is the least number of squares that still need to be shaded so that line XY is the line of symmetry for the figure ABCD?**

**1****2****3****4**

**Answer**

**C.**

**Q2)What is the least number of squares that must be shaded so that line XY becomes a line of symmetry?**

**1****2****3****4**

**Answer**

**D.**

**Q3) How many more squares need to be shaded to form a symmetrical figure?**

**1****2****3****4**

**Answer**

**B.**

**Q4) What is the least number of squares that must be shaded so that line AB becomes a line of symmetry?**

**1****2****3****4**

**Answer**

**D.**

**Q5) The following is a symmetric figure. Which of the following is a line of symmetry?**

**Line A****Line B****Line C****Line D**

**Answer**

**C.**

**Q6) ****How many minimum squares must be shaded to make the given figure symmetric with AB as the line of symmetry ?**

**1****2****3****4**

**Answer**

**D.**

**Q7) Four letters T, H, N, S are shown on a square grid. How many of these letters have more than 1 line of symmetry?**

**1****2****3****4**

**Answer**

**A.**

**Q8) Which square (A, B, C or D) must be shaded so that the figure has a line of symmetry?**

**A****B****C****D**

**Answer**

**A.**

**Q9) **** In the diagram below, the letters R, E, L, A and X are drawn on a square grid. Which of the letters below only 1 line of symmetry?**

**A and E****A and X****L and X****R and E**

**Answer**

**A and E**

**Q10) Which of the following figures has 2 lines of symmetry?**

**W****H****A****M**

**Answer**

**H.**