Q: Which letters in the numbers have horizontal and vertical symmetry?

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3 (w/ horizontal line of symmetry) and 8 (horizontal and vertical).

A map reference indicating a location in terms of a series of vertical and horizontal grid lines identified by numbers or letters.

5 in middle,6,5,4 diagnal,8,5,2 diagnal,6,1,8 horizontal, 7,5,3 horizontal,2,9,4 horizontal, 6,7,2 vertical, 1,5,9 vertical, and 8,3,4,vertical

The horizontal, vertical and diagonal numbers will all be the same sum when added together.

The numbers in the parenthesis represent the ordered pair for x and y. The x axis is horizontal and the y axis is vertical. When plotting the ordered pair, move across the horizontal axis for the first number and along the vertical axis for the second number.

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3 (w/ horizontal line of symmetry) and 8 (horizontal and vertical).

A map reference indicating a location in terms of a series of vertical and horizontal grid lines identified by numbers or letters.

It depends on how you write them. For example, 2 written here has no symmetry. Where 2 on an LCD display (eg on an elevator/lift would have rotational symmetry) Usually 0 and 8 have both horizontal and vertical symmetry.

A row is all the cells along a horizontal line, designated by numbers. The vertical arrangement is called column they are designated by letters.

Write three numbers whose sum is 10 in all horizontal vertical and diagonal?

A row header are the numbers that run down the page to identify the row of cells that go across the sheet (horizontal cells). Columns are the headings that are at the top of the page and represent the cells that go up and down the sheet (vertical cells).

1, 8,11,88,101,111,181,808,818,888,1001,1111,1881.

5 in middle,6,5,4 diagnal,8,5,2 diagnal,6,1,8 horizontal, 7,5,3 horizontal,2,9,4 horizontal, 6,7,2 vertical, 1,5,9 vertical, and 8,3,4,vertical

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zero, all the keys have different letters, numbers, or symbols

Two of them are 0 and 8. In some fonts, 1 (though not this font)!

They are: 8 and 0