There is only one capital letter: O.
In a capital latter E, there is only 1 line of symmetry horizontally accros the middle.
The only state that has this type of symmetry when written horizontally is OHIO. If the letters are written vertically, then HAWAII, IOWA and UTAH also have symmetry.
These letters (when capital) are the ones drawn with only straight lines. The other letters (again, when capital) are drawn with curves.
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no, it only has 6 lines of symmetry
There are 11 letters with only one line of symmetry.
Most parallelograms do not have any lines of symmetry. The only parallelograms that can have lines of symmetry are squares, rectangles, and rhombuses.
The states that have reflectional symmetry when written vertically in capital letters is Hawaii, Ohio, Iowa, and Utah. * * * * * A does not have horizontal symmetry - it has a vertical axis of symmetry. So only OHIO remains.
the British flag has no lines of symmetry it only has a point of symmetry (in the middle of the flag)
no, only equilateral triangles have 3 lines of symmetry