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# What capital letters have point symmetry?

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The capital letters "H," "I," "N," "O," "X," and "Z" have point symmetry. The letters "H," "I," "O" and "X" have both point and line symmetry.

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Point symmetry is also referred to as "rotational symmetry of order 2" or "origin symmetry." The midpoint of a geometric shape, also called the "origin," is where the object forms its symmetry. Point symmetry occurs when every part of an object has a corresponding part that is of uniform distance from the origin and lies in the reverse direction. A figure is said to have a line symmetry when it can be divided into two equal halves, where one portion mirrors the other.

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