Q: Does the capital letter E have perpendicular lines?

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In a capital latter E, there is only 1 line of symmetry horizontally accros the middle.

Yes the 3 bits that poke out the side on the right.

Perpendicular lines are ones that make right angles when they meet. For instance the letters T H E and L are all made of perpendicular line segments.

E, F, H, M, N, W all have parallel lines.

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Perpendicular lines meet at right angles and in the alphabet in capital letters they are E T F H and L

the letter A, the letter V, the letter X is the best example. If by perpendicular you mean 90º, the answer is E, F, I, L, and T. A, V and X are not perpendicular, they are acute angles.

E F and H

Many letters of the English alphabet have perpendicular lines. Perpendicular lines are like two lines making one corner of a square. So any letter that has two lines joined like the corner of a square has perpendicular lines.These letters have right angles: E, F, f, H, I, L T, t, and sometimes X, x.Keep in mind that the angles of the lines making the letters is effected by the font and whether or not the letter is italicized. For example, E is made of three perpendicular lines, but this 'E' has no perpendicular lines.

The letter's "H", "I", "E", and "F".

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They are: E T F H and L

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In a capital latter E, there is only 1 line of symmetry horizontally accros the middle.

Yes the 3 bits that poke out the side on the right.

6 uppercase letters: E F G H L T1 lowercase letter: t

Of the capital letters M, O, E, and X, -- M and E each have one line of symmetry, -- X has two lines of symmetry, or four if the cross lines were printed perpendicular, as they are in some fonts, -- O has an infinite number of lines of symmetry. My answer is justified by my firm conviction that it's correct.