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What is the smallest number of squares that must be shaded so that the figure has a line of symmetry?
A
$1$
B
$3$
C
$5$
D
$7$
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Correct option is
B
$3$
Line of symmetry is defined as it divides the figure into two equal mirror halves.
Therefore total
$3$
number of squares must be shaded so that the figure has a line of symmetry
Hence the correct answer is option B.
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