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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

Which oneof the letters above is the most different ?

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A is the only letter that contains a triangle

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A is the only letter that contains a triangle

O is the only one that has an oval so they are somehow even

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I is the only letter that connects 2 points

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Z is the only one on it's own row.

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H is the only letter that requires you to raise your pen more then once to write it.

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H is the only letter that requires you to raise your pen more then once to write it.

What about A ,E,F,K,Q,T,X, or Y

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H is the only letter that requires you to raise your pen more then once to write it.

When you say "raise your pen more then once", do you mean writing the letter without retracing any of the previously drawn lines? Because A, E, F, K, T, X, and Y also share that same trait.

Or did you mean something different?

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Letters A, E, F, K, T, X, and Y require you to raise your pen once. Letter H requires you to raise it twice.

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The letter I can be rotated on it's axis and still appear as the letter I from 360 degree field of vision

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The letter I can be rotated on it's axis and still appear as the letter I from 360 degree field of vision

...the post is titled, "the only one". I is also the Roman Numeral for one. I might have to change my guess.

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B is the only one that encloses multiple loops.

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The lowercase L because it's lowercase.

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O has no edges, while all other alphabets have edge, therefore O is the only one alphabet which is unique.

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B is the only one that encloses multiple loops.

H has multiple opening that makes them even

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O has no edges, while all other alphabets have edge, therefore O is the only one alphabet which is unique.

you mean straight edge? look closer on the sides..also they all look 2D thus all are edged

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The letter I can be rotated on it's axis and still appear as the letter I from 360 degree field of vision

...the post is titled, "the only one". I is also the Roman Numeral for one. I might have to change my guess.

you got a score there but not really as my answer

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The letter I can be rotated on it's axis and still appear as the letter I from 360 degree field of vision

you mean z-axis? you got a point jhawk

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what are letters for? they changed throughout 5000 yrs history. maybe we will be looking at different R symbol in the future.

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O has no edges, while all other alphabets have edge, therefore O is the only one alphabet which is unique.

you mean straight edge? look closer on the sides..also they all look 2D thus all are edged

I also think 'edge' word does not suit here. But what would we call it if there is no end .... I mean O is the letter which ends there - where it starts.

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O has no edges, while all other alphabets have edge, therefore O is the only one alphabet which is unique.

you mean straight edge? look closer on the sides..also they all look 2D thus all are edged

I also think 'edge' word does not suit here. But what would we call it if there is no end .... I mean O is the letter which ends there - where it starts.

the inside edge is where it start..and the outside edge is where it ends..

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The letter I can be rotated on it's axis and still appear as the letter I from 360 degree field of vision

Isn't it the same in case of O?Actually, O suits better than I for this answer!

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"I" is... er.... AM the most different

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"I" is... er.... AM the most different

Yes you are unique like all of us

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"I" is... er.... AM the most different

ha... ha.... ;)

i like that!!

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The lowercase L because it's lowercase.

best try..but it is a capital i not lowercase L

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