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    symmetric to or symmetric on

    Is it correct to say ' P is symmetric on the x -axis' or ' is symmetric to the x-axis'?

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    Re: symmetric to or symmetric on

    Neither makes any sense to me. An axis may be symmetric about a point,

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    Re: symmetric to or symmetric on

    Generally we talk about something being symmetric with something else.

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    Re: symmetric to or symmetric on

    Have you got an image of the graph that you could post?

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