Table of Contents

- 1 Which letter has horizontal line of symmetry?
- 2 Does the letter M have reflection symmetry?
- 3 How many lines of symmetry does M have?
- 4 How many symmetries are there in alphabet H?
- 5 Which English letter has horizontal and vertical symmetry?
- 6 How many lines of symmetry does the X have?
- 7 How many lines of symmetry does a letter G have?

## Which letter has horizontal line of symmetry?

Letters like B and D have a horizontal line of symmetry: their top and bottom parts match. Some letters, for example, X, H, and O, have both vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry. And some, like P, R, and N, have no lines of symmetry.

**What is a horizontal line of symmetry?**

A horizontal line of symmetry is that line that runs across the image thus dividing into two identical halves. This line may also be called a sleeping straight line that parts an image or shape into identical halves.

### Does the letter M have reflection symmetry?

Alphabet Reflection symmetry Letters like A, M and U appear the same in their mirror image. The letters A, H, I, M, O, T, U, V, W, X and Y appear the same in their mirror image. All the other letters of the alphabet appear reversed in their mirror image.

**What letters have vertical and horizontal symmetry?**

The capital letters H, I ,O and X all have both horizontal and vertical line symmetry.

## How many lines of symmetry does M have?

M has one line of symmetry, and H, I, and O have 2 lines of symmetry. Did you get them all right? Let’s look at Q, R, S, T, U, and V.

**Which English alphabet has line symmetry?**

So, there are only 5 capital English alphabets having a single and horizontal line of symmetry. They are B, C, D, E, and K.

### How many symmetries are there in alphabet H?

It has 2 lines of symmetry, Horizontally and vertically wise.

**Does M have a line of symmetry?**

M has one line of symmetry, and H, I, and O have 2 lines of symmetry. The Q, R, S are not symmetrical, so they have zero lines of symmetry. The T, U, and V are symmetrical, but they each have only one line of symmetry.

## Which English letter has horizontal and vertical symmetry?

Answer: The letter ‘X’ has both horizontal and vertical lines of symmetry,i.e. when a vertical or horizontal line is made to pass through the letter, it gets divided into two equal halves.

**Are there any letters that have a horizontal line of symmetry?**

The same is true of the letter M. Letters like B and D have a horizontal line of symmetry: their top and bottom parts match. Some letters, for example, X, H, and O, have both vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry.

### How many lines of symmetry does the X have?

The W and Y have one line of symmetry. The X has two lines of symmetry. Now let’s play a game with our Alphabet Symmetry. Let’s review the Alphabet Symmetry with the chart above. Based on the number of lines of symmetry a letter has, that’s how much the letter is “worth”.

**How many lines of symmetry are worth one point?**

Based on the number of lines of symmetry a letter has, that’s how much the letter is “worth”. Letters with zero lines of symmetry are worth zero points. Letters with one line of symmetry are worth one point.

## How many lines of symmetry does a letter G have?

The F and G have zero lines of symmetry. Those letters cannot be folded in half in any way with the parts matching up. The rest of the letters, A, B, C, D, and E all have only 1 line of symmetry.