Symmetry in a figure exists if there is a reflection, rotation, or translation that can be performed and the image is identical. Rotational symmetry exists when the figure can be rotated and the image is identical to the original. Regular polygons have a degree of rotational symmetry equal to 360 divided by the number of sides.
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