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In standard fonts, the letters A, M, T, U, V, W and Y each has a vertical line of symmetry that divides it into two corresponding mirror images. B, C, D, E and K have horizontal lines of symmetry. Both horizontal and ver... More »

Line symmetry of the alphabet occurs when a portion of a letter mirrors another portion. When the image is folded, the portions line up exactly. The line of the fold is considered the line of symmetry and can be horizont... More »

Rotational symmetry in capital letters describes a property in which the letter looks the same after being rotated. Capital letters that have rotational symmetry are: Z, S, H, N and O. More »

The capital letters A, M, T, U, V, W and Y are vertically symmetrical, the capital letters B, C ,D, E and K are horizontally symmetrical, the capital letters H, I and X are both horizontally and vertically symmetrical, a... More »

In Scrabble, J, K, Q, X and Z have one tile each; there are two B, C, F, H, M, P, V, W and Y tiles; there are three G tiles, four D, L, S and U tiles, six N, R and T tiles, eight O tiles, nine A and I tiles and 12 E tile... More »

There are no seven-letter words in the English language that can be formed using all of the letters "E," "I," "M," "N," "R," "T," and "V." The closest alternatives are six-letter words such as "invert," "minter," and "ve... More »

The tension of a body that is moving upward is calculated by using the formula T = W + ma, where "T" denotes tension, "W" indicates weight, "m" represents mass and "a" is the acceleration. If the body is moving downward,... More »

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