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Q: How many lines of symmetry has H got?

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yes an H has symmetry lines vertical and horizontal.

Capital H has 2 lower case h has none

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."

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

Yes the letter H does have two lines of symmetry. First you can bisect the letter "H" with a vertical line placed though the centre of the H. It can be cut laterally and Bilaterally. Secondly, you can cut an H evenly by drawing a horizontal line though the points of parallelism on each perpendicular transversal.

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yes an H has symmetry lines vertical and horizontal.

ZERO!

it has three

The letter H has two lines of symmetry. One in the vertical position, and one horizontal position.

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O and X And H and I (Note "O" has many, actually an infinite number of, lines of symmetry)

Capital H has 2 lower case h has none

A lower-case h does not have any lines of symmetry (lines where if you folded it, everything would match up perfectly). An upper-case H has 2 lines of symmetry (one horizontal across the middle of the bridge and one vertical right down the center of the letter).

No it doesn't "h" only has 2 lines of symmetry one horizontally and one vertically.

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