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Q: Which capital letters have two symmetry lines?

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Three capital letters that have two lines of symmetry are "O", "H", and "I" since they can be reflected either horizontally or vertically and still look the same.

H, I, O, X. Of course, it may depend on the font.

X, H, I and (if they can have more than two lines of symmetry) O.

H, I and X. O has infinitely many and so does have 2.

Lower case "o" and "x" both have two lines of symmetry. Upper case letters with two lines of symmetry are: "O," "X," "H" and "I."

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by divide in two halves equal

H,I,O,X,

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.

In this font it has two lines of symmetry.

There are no lines of symmetry.

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