Q: Can you add two straight lines the the letter m and make it another letter?

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Two perpendicular lines will meet in a right angle (90 degrees) if they exist on a flat plane.

The Pentagon has 5 lines of symmetry quite simply, actually. See, say you made one line straight through the pentagon at every vertex, right? Well, once you do that, you have 3 lines of symmetry in total, right? Now, say you make another 2 lines of symmetry, this time right through the center of each side. In total, this would make 5.

3 lines on the letter F because top line, and line below that and the one going up and down

Use four to make a normal square and put two lines on top of another

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The question does not make sense since here is not onlyoone such letter. A, K, M, W, X and Y all have two diagonal straight lines! If your question is "What is the letter with only 2 diagonal lines, then the answer is "V". This letter was omitted by Mr. Mehta.

You did not specify if these are straight lines. If the lines are straight then no, only 7. If you curve the lines then, yes.

straight lines make you look skinny. horozontal lines make you look fat and diagonal lines make you look lopsided!!

you can't. its not possible

If two straight lines cut one another, the vertical, or opposite, angles shall be equal.

a ruler, a paper anything straight.

Ruler

The lines don't need to be straight. Make them circles or curves!

Not really, but if you have many lines it can look like a curved shape.

straight r used in many cases in our daily life- 1. straight lines r used 2 make quadrilaterals___ mean many properties r taken 4m it for art ,design and architecture 2.straight lines r used 2 make columns to differentiate our works. 3.straight r used to represent many data in graph. 4.straight lines r used to write. 5.we do straight cutting.

well, it means you are not straight.

Three or more straight lines in a plane such that they intersect pairwise.