# . Write capital letters A to Z of English alphabet

and in each case, if possible, draw the largest number of lines of symmetry.

Explanation:

• We need to understand symmetry, symmetrical objects, and symmetrical lines before we can answer this question.
• Symmetry refers to the fact that when you move an object in some way, such as turning or flipping it, one shape looks exactly like another.
• Symmetrical Objects: A symmetrical object is one that is identical on both sides.
• If a center dividing line can be drawn on a shape to show that both sides of the shape are the same, it is symmetrical.
• Symmetrical Line: A symmetrical line is an imaginary line that divides a form or item into identical halves by passing through its center.
• Take all of the capital letters in the English alphabet .

(A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z)

• The alphabet with no symmetry line is presented below. • The alphabet with only one symmetry line is given below. • Below is a list of alphabets with only two or more lines of symmetry. • The letter 'O' has an infinite symmetry line.
• The number of lines in the letter O cannot be counted since it is infinite.
• In the letter 'O,' infinity lines of symmetry can be drawn.
• An asymmetrical figure is one in which the two parts do not share any similarities.
• None of the sides of an asymmetrical figure are the same. 