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Q: How many lines of symmetry does a letter G havE?

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Of the the seven letters, ABCDEFG, F and G have no lines of symmetry. However,Êall of them could have lines of symmetry if theyÊwere presented in three dimensions.

A=1 B=1 C=1 D=1 E=1 f=0 G=0 and H=2

CAPITAL LETTERS: F, G, J, N, P, Q, R, S, Z these may or may not have: B, K, L small letters: a, b, d, e, f, g, h, j, k, p, q, r, s Note: db and qp can have a line of symmetry between the letters

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A, B, C, D, E, F, G, J, K, L, M, P, Q, R, T, U, V, W, Y. A figure has rotational symmetry of order 1 only if it has to be rotated through 360 degrees before its image is congruent. In common usage, it has NO rotational symmetry.

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it has no lines of symmetry

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12 lines of symmetry Hope this help u g-spots :P

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Of the the seven letters, ABCDEFG, F and G have no lines of symmetry. However,Êall of them could have lines of symmetry if theyÊwere presented in three dimensions.

ABCDEFG, F and G

If you are using lower case letters, the only letter with exactly two lines of symmetry (out of a b c d e f g h y o u j k l) is l.c and k have one line of symmetry.o has many, many lines of symmetry.H has two lines of symmetry (but lowercase h has none).A B D E Y and U all have one line of symmetry.

only 1 becuz only M word in math can have a line of symetry otherwise none other word can have a line of symetry

Four. F, G, J, L

A=1 B=1 C=1 D=1 E=1 f=0 G=0 and H=2

No, the letter G does not have any parallel lines, but there are a few ways of looking at it. If you assume the arc of the letter (the part that makes the shape of a C) as one line, then the letter G doesn't have any parallel lines. But... If you assume the arc as to being a lot of individual lines, and NOT an arc, then it is likely that the letter G does have a parallel line or two.

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