Question

# Which of the following alphabets has a vertical line of symmetry?

- M
- F
- P
- G

Hint:

### A vertical line of symmetry is that line which runs down an image thus dividing it into two identical halves

## The correct answer is: M

### alphabet 'M' has a vertical line of symmetry

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