Q: Does H have 180 degrees rotational symmetry?

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When you rotate it around a point found in the middle of the figure 180 degrees. For example, H does have rotational symmetry however, E doesn't

Assuming "rotational symmetry" means looks identical when rotated 180 degrees. H I N O S X Z

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A lower-case 'h' has rotational symmetry. An upper-case 'H' also has reflective symmetry.

Yes, it does.

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H, I, N, O, S, X, and Z.

When you rotate it around a point found in the middle of the figure 180 degrees. For example, H does have rotational symmetry however, E doesn't

Assuming "rotational symmetry" means looks identical when rotated 180 degrees. H I N O S X Z

The letter H has a rotational symmetry of order 2, meaning it looks the same after a 180-degree rotation.

H

yes, it has a rotational symmetry of 180 degrees, and of course 360. like if you flipped it upside down, then put it on top of the other one it would look the same. just not a lowercase.

H, I, N, S, X and Z. I make that 6, not 3! And O has 180 degree symmetry and more!

Linear (horizontal as well as vertical), plus rotational (180 deg).

The letters H and Z have both line symmetry and rotational symmetry

H, I, O, and X have rotational symmetry.

It is 2.

A lower-case 'h' has rotational symmetry. An upper-case 'H' also has reflective symmetry.