order and magnitude of symmetry
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Order is the number of rotational symmetries. And magnitude is the angle of each turn. (Basically divide the order by 360)
answered Sep 9, 2012 by anonymous
In my room my bed is symmetrical and my door nub is symmetrical in rotational.
answered Mar 1, 2014 by Jailing Wang
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