Q: Where does the letter T have a line of symmetry?

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Yes T has a vertical line of symmetry

The letter T for example

No the letter "R" has no line of symmetry.

no, letter N has no line symmetry.

It has line symmetry (straight down the center) but not rotational symmetry.

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Yes T has a vertical line of symmetry

1 it has one line of symmetry

The letter T has one vertical line of symmetry.

The letter T for example

The letter I is one example.

A line of symmetry means that if you place a mirror in between the image, it will look the same on both sides. Therefore the T has 1 line of symmetry that goes vertically through the T

Only the uppercase, "A". The lowercase, "a" doesn`t have any line of symetry.

No the letter "R" has no line of symmetry.

no, letter N has no line symmetry.

It has line symmetry (straight down the center) but not rotational symmetry.

' K ' has a horizontal one. ' T ' has a vertical one.

The letters U, T, E and Y have one line of symmetry. The letter L has none. The letter O is often said to have 2, but a circle would have infinite.