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Does the letter R go above or below the line?

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- Thread starter K Sengupta
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Does the letter R go above or below the line?

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A B D O P Q

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Does the letter R go above or below the line?

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Above-- unless you're using a stencil font. In the same vein, which lists do X, Y and Z go into?

1) AMTUVW

2) HIO

3) BCDEK

4) FGJLNPQRS

DaveE

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I'm gonna guess

Y in 1

Z in 2

X in 1, 2, and 3

and possibly Y in 2 also

Z in 2

X in 1, 2, and 3

and possibly Y in 2 also

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I'm gonna guess

Y in 1

Z in 2

X in 1, 2, and 3

and possibly Y in 2 also

Your placement of Y is correct, but Z isn't where I was going with it-- and by my reasoning, X and Y only belong in one of the 4 lists.

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X in 3, Y in 1, Z in 4?

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This is nice, I had never seen it before. I propose the following variation:1) AMTUVW

2) HIO

3) BCDEK

4) FGJLNPQRS

DaveE

1)AMTUVWY

2)HI

3)BCDEK

4)FGJLPQR

5)NSZ

6)X

7)O

2) Vertical and horizontal axes and 180 degrees rotation

3) Horizontal axis

4) None

5) 180 degrees rotation

6) Vertical, horizontal, and both diagonal axes, 90 degrees rotation

7) All axes, all degrees rotation

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Back to the original is the answer X in 2, Y in 1, Z in 4 then?

With the common mirror flip symmetries:

1)Vertical axis

2)Vertical and horizontal axes

3)Horizontal axis

4)None

(didn't originally see some letters in 4 had the 180 degree rotational symmetry)

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Thank you, Soca fo so. I have edited my post.

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Back to the original is the answer X in 2, Y in 1, Z in 4 then?

Yep! That's what I was going for.

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